Most SharePoint pages are made up of web parts. In Chapter 1 and Chapter 3, I showed you how to add web parts to a page and how to set the properties of those parts to change their appearance. In this chapter, I'll show you how to:
Customize list web parts by converting them to data views.
Connect web parts to create summary/detail views.
Copy customized web parts to other pages and deploy them to other sites.
Apply filters to web parts on a page.
Customize page layout and navigation with master pages.
You will need SharePoint Designer to complete some of the tasks in this chapter.
Table 6-1. Built-in web parts
Lists and Libraries
Display a view of a list or library on a page.
Create highly customized views of lists and libraries using SharePoint Designer.
Connect form controls to other web parts.
Display an image from a URL.
Display another page as an IFrame on the ...