Building Page Layouts and Publishing Pages

In this chapter we investigate how to add content pages to our site and how content pages link to page layouts whether they be out-of-the-box (OOTB) or custom page layouts. We begin with a look at content types, both OOTB and custom, that we will leverage when creating custom page layouts. We review the value and properties of content types and why we create our own custom content types, as well as where they are stored in SharePoint 2013. We review OOTB page layouts as well as create custom HTML page layouts using Design Manager. We also learn how to link page layouts to both OOTB and custom ...

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