Understanding the Look and Feel Options for Publishing Sites in SharePoint 2013 part 1

With SharePoint 2013, Microsoft introduces a new section, “Look and Feel” to the Site Settings menu for administrators. In a video tutorial titled Site level branding customizations for team sites, Yaroslav Pentsarskyy, SharePoint MVP, and published author, provides SharePoint administrators, designers, developers and architects with a brief tour of each of the features included in this section. The purpose of the “Look and Feel” section of the Site Settings page for SharePoint 2013 is to present a series of capabilities to SharePoint administrators and designers. The capabilities include: Design Manager Master Page Page Layouts and Site Templates Welcome Page Title,…
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Brand SharePoint Team Sites to Enhance Project Management Requirements

As noted on Microsoft®‘s Technet Website, Branding SharePoint 2010 Team Sites ensures that an organization’s unique logo, themes, etc are applied, consistently across all of the organization’s websites. SharePoint 2010 Team Sites are intended to ” . . .keep teams synchronized and to manage important projects. Teams can use these sites for tasks such as storing common documents and meeting notes, tracking key milestones and schedules, establishing project delivery schedules, and enabling real-time communications between colleagues.” (quoted from the above noted Microsoft Technet web site) With the power of these team sites to contribute to the effectiveness of organizational collaboration…
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