How to find the SharePoint Site Template being Used

September 25, 2010    , , , , ,
How to find the site template of an existing SharePoint site? There are many ways to find the site definition being used for a site, Here are some: 1. Use SharePoint Manager to find the SharePoint site template. Navigate thru the site, and look for "Web Template" as in the below pic…

How to find the SharePoint Site Template being Used How to find the SharePoint Site Template being Used Reviewed by Unknown on September 25, 2010 Rating: 5

Convert Subsite to Site Collection and Site Collection to Subsite in SharePoint

September 18, 2010    , , , , ,
During the migration of MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010, wanted to convert some of the large subsites into site collection in a separate content databases. How to convert a subsite to a site collection in SharePoint? sure, Its possible to promote subsite to site collection in SharePoint. Follow th…

Convert Subsite to Site Collection and Site Collection to Subsite in SharePoint Convert Subsite to Site Collection and Site Collection to Subsite in SharePoint Reviewed by Unknown on September 18, 2010 Rating: 5

Hide Site templates & List Templates in SharePoint

September 15, 2010    , , , ,
In my SharePoint Farm, I wanted to disable certain site templates in site creation page. Here is the technique for hiding a Site template in SharePoint 2007: There are XML manifest files found on the file system of the web front end.     Look for the file webtemp.xml,webtempsps.xml,etc  in…

Hide Site templates & List Templates in SharePoint Hide Site templates & List Templates in SharePoint Reviewed by Unknown on September 15, 2010 Rating: 5
Content deployment in MOSS 2007 Content deployment in MOSS 2007 Reviewed by Unknown on September 09, 2010 Rating: 5
How to display Google map in SharePoint? How to display Google map in SharePoint? Reviewed by Unknown on September 04, 2010 Rating: 5
How to Add a Link to SharePoint Site Actions Menu How to Add a Link to SharePoint Site Actions Menu Reviewed by Unknown on September 02, 2010 Rating: 5

Add a Custom Group of Actions in SharePoint 2007 Site Settings Page

September 02, 2010    , , , , ,
Requirement: Adding a custom group of actions in SharePoint site settings page. Solution: We can create a feature to achieve this. Here is what I've done: Create a folder"MyCustomAction" under: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\TEMPLATE\FEA…

Add a Custom Group of Actions in SharePoint 2007 Site Settings Page Add a Custom Group of Actions in SharePoint 2007 Site Settings Page Reviewed by Unknown on September 02, 2010 Rating: 5
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