Is it ok to strip a masterpage for all SharePoint scripts and styles? We have custom CSS and all of our scripts are JQuery. Even CQWP will have custom rendering.
The reason we want to do this is so end users will get a lighter version of the page. Since it's a publishing page all end users will be anonymous. We will include all scripts, styles and ribbon for logged in users, so the custom layout have to work for logged in users as well.
You can do it for most styles, but keep in mind you'll need a good bit of stuff for the ribbon and other SharePoint UI controls. Can you completely replace the SP2010 UI? Sure... but you're likely looking at a considerable effort.
(Note) It seems this is somewhat answered here:
I have a portal based on a publishing portal. The portal (SPSite) contains has two websites (SPWebs) one is anonymously accessible and other one isn't. This works as expected. Now I want to set the permissions for some aspx page of the anonymously accessible website so that they are not visible for authenticated users. So it's actually the opposite of anonymous access. User that are not logged in should see the aspx pages and logged in user shouldn't. The aspx pages are normal publishing pages of the publishing portal. How could I archive this. Is this possible at all?
I have a custom master page, custom.master, for a publishing site. It was working fine, however I just enabled anonymous access to the publishing site, and now browsing to the home page... application level, and then for the publishing site -- I chose anonymous access for 'entire site'. I guess it must be a permissions thing, but I have no clue as to what! Any help appreciated. ... attribute in the content page. I started from a minimal master page for custom.master. PlaceHolderTopBanner is a custom ContentPlaceHolder that I created (as an area for a different banner image to go
"publishing portal" for the site collection. I have also enabled anonymous access. Now the basic function is fine, except that I do not know how to change the first front page (i.e. the page showed to end users who have not logged in yet) of the site. Here is a screen snapshot. Any ideas how to edit this page? Publishing home page http://i33.tinypic.com/2hex08j.png BTW: I have tried to edit... on the site collection for the forms authentication logon page to work from Office SharePoint Server. Contact your administrator to have anonymous access enabled in Central Administration and IIS. Manage
I have a web part which I am trying to target to a specific audience (the 'Staff' audience.) I have the web part in the home page of a site that has anonymous access enabled. I have set the Target Audience of the webpart to 'Staff'. The idea is that anonymous viewers can't see the web part, but logged-in members of staff can see the webpart. This works fine, as long as I am browsing the site from the server on which SharePoint is running, using the internal domain name (e.g. http://localhost:5050/site). If I view the site home page while not logged in, I can't see the webpart
;$filter=(2010 eq year(NewsArticleDate)) and (06 eq month(NewsArticleDate)) and (ContentType eq 'News Article') It all works great and our front-end developers have been able to combine this feed with JQuery and put together a good looking display with asynchronous filtering to dynamically update the REST url and resend. Our problem comes when trying to use this with anonymous mode… By turning on anonymous access (anonymous users can browse to the list items) this feed simply returns an error: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. Is it just not possible to use this service
I have a standard website (one Web Application and one Site Collection) with some custom pages and webparts. The issue I'm having is that when I try to switch users, using the "Sign In As a Different User" and entering new credentials (even for another Site Collection admin account), IE tries the account three times, and then it presents a 401 Access Denied screen. After that, if I erase all the stuff of access denied page from the browser's url, I'm logged as the new account I just had entered and was not accepted. After researching for a while on google, I found a KB ( http
I am using SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise. I am using publishing portal template. I am creating a list with the default "Title" column -- Title (linked to item). I want to make anonymous users to be able to view list content and also wants anonymous users to be able to click the Title link to see item details. But I find when I clicked Title link, I have to login in order to view item details. Any solutions to make anonymous user to be able to click and view Title link? thanks in advance!
Authentication) So to back these theories up: We have tested with FireFox and IE 8 from within the company network and it's performing well (both authenticated as well as unauthenticated). We have tested with IE6 from a machine that's not on the client's company network and it's performing well (both authenticated as well as unauthenticated). We have connected to an online WSS team site (out of the box...This is a very strange issue I am having. My client is experiencing poor performance (20 sec per page load or so) when accessing their SharePoint 2007 site that is hosted somewhere externally
I have a custom list created in SharePoint 2007 and displayed by a Content Query Web Part. I would like to: Show all items to general admin users except those items created by two users. The two admin users need to see all items in the list. The first requirement is easily done by adding a filter to the view on the Created By field. The second one is where I need help - is there a way to set the view of a list based on the user logged in? Or is this achievable another way? Edit: I know I could add another page with another Content Query Web Part without a 'filtered' view and display