IN THIS CHAPTER
Designing Web pages
Implementing Web content workflow
Using document conversion
Managing Web sites
Configuring mobile access
SharePoint Server 2010 incorporates many features to help you manage the publishing of content to a public-facing Internet site. This chapter covers the features and process of designing and managing Web content, starting with using and modifying the page layout and master page design so that your Web content has a consistent, centrally managed look and feel. We also discuss how to use site columns and content types to define your page elements and how to use the page administrative and approval processes to ensure that page content is approved and scheduled.
After we design our web content, we then use the publishing features provided by SharePoint to post content via staging servers, and configure content variations to support multiple languages for ease of deployment throughout your entire infrastructure.
This chapter will help you gain insight into the architecture of the new SharePoint page model, and then discuss the details of the provisioning and approval process for Web content. I show you how to manage Web sites so that you can view, edit, and delete your sites and pages based on activity. Finally, we cover how to provide for mobile access for the end user.
There are many ways to design, deploy, and manage Web pages. This process can be daunting, especially when you have the challenge of ...