I am using SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, and I am using publishing portal template.
I am using SharePoint Designer 2007 to design pages. When I open the
default.aspx under Pages sub-folder of a site, there are two options:
I want to know what are the differences between Edit in Browser and Edit Page Layout -- especially what is the function of Edit Page Layout, because when I select Edit Page Layout,
WelcomeSplash.aspx opens in SharePoint Designer, other than
default.aspx itself (very confused).
thanks in advance!
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