Perhaps not the sexiest topic, security is certainly among the most important. The SharePoint security model allows your org to lock down some of your content to only members while keeping some of your content open to the public. Continue reading
One of the fundamental concepts in SharePoint is the Site. A Site is just a collection of “stuff.” A Site is a collection of information. A Site can contain Documents, Pages, Lists, Libraries, Calendars, images, media, videos, CAD files – pretty much any kind of content that you can imagine. Continue reading
Before we dive into multilingual features, let’s be very clear about something. SharePoint does not automatically translate your content into a different language. This is asked so frequently and misunderstood by so many people that it is worth repeating.
In Part 2 of SharePoint for Public-facing Websites we discussed the importance of identifying your audience, and properly aligning your content, design and contextual elements. In this post (part 3) we will expand into navigation and search.