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Sunday, August 22, 2010

SharePoint Tutorial 2 - Pages

A SharePoint site, like any other web site, is comprised of pages. A page in SharePoint is a container for smaller components called web parts that provide some unique functionality or content. A page in SharePoint automatically inherits it's permissions settings from the library that its stored in within the site.

This is the default page of a team site.


Creating a Page

To create a new page, click the 'Site Actions' box at the top-right side of the page and click the 'Create' option.


Select either the 'Basic Page' or the 'Web Part Page' link.




If you selected 'Web Part Page', you'll be presented with a variety of layout templates.



Enter a name, select a template and click the 'Create' button and you'll create a new page.

Edit a Page

To edit a page, click the 'Site Actions' box at the top-right side of the page and click the 'Edit Page' option.



Page Zones

A page can include one or more zones. A zone is an area within the page you can add web parts. More about web parts in the next lesson. The page below has one zone called 'Full Page'.




Adding Web Parts
 
To add a web part to a zone, click the 'Add a Web Part' bar and select the web part in the pop-up form. Select it and click the 'Add' button, the web part will be added to the zone on the page.
 


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