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Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 Inside Out by Errin O'Connor

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Using Master Pages

As discussed earlier in Chapter 7, master pages are a feature of ASP.NET 2.0 that enables users to create a single page template that can then be used as the basis for many other new pages within an application. Master pages are a great mechanism for organizations to use to enforce SharePoint governance, look and feel, or branding standards. The popularity of custom master pages is amazing, and they are one of the top items that my organization develops for our clients besides custom workflows. In Chapter 7, I discussed how an organization can use SharePoint Designer 2007 to perform design tasks such as changing a site’s default master page, modifying the styles of the master page, and modifying its content placeholders.

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