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When you enable publishing you gain a lot, but you lose the ability to "save site as template". (To be clear, you lose this ability when you activate the site (web) level feature. If you only activate the site collection level "publishing infrastructure" feature, then you will still be able to "save as template".) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2492356


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Publishing site is more oriented in pages, which means it has a more articulated way of publishing pages, the most common template being the 'article page'. Every page will obey to the mechanism of save-checkin-publish, it can be boring for a normal user to have to do all those actions to see his article appear. (example: an intranet with a roll up of news ...


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There's one answer to all of your questions. No, Publishing feature is there to provide you with extra features to site collection, this feature is activated by default for Publishing side. Portal I am working on has team site collections with publishing feature enabled so that we sub-webs can inherit master page from Site Collection Home Page. ...


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If I understand you correct, what you want is a site map of your SharePoint 2007. This can be done following the guide Creating A SharePoint 2007 Site Map.


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You cannot provision Web Parts in Modules element using a Web Template. Consider adding a feature receiver or a Module SPI.


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You can use page layouts on team site, but you have to activate publishing features on the team site (so basically you could just have used one of the publishing site templates like cms as base for your web template). I usually base my web templates on sts and then activate the site and web scoped publishing features on it via the onet,xml


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Unfortunately I cannot add a comment due to insufficient reputation. But I guess you configured your mysite to use another domain as your "intra" web application. If yes than I believe the problem is described as an issue which exists since the preview of SharePoint 2013 as you can see in the following link. You need to scroll one item up to »Can't post ...


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It is important to understand that the Notes are considered "Social Data" or content and are not stored within the site. The social data is stored centrally as part of the associated User Profile Service App and related databases, and only reference your site, page, or content. When you put the Note Board Web part on the front page of a team site, it will ...


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I think CT hub is good idea, it is central location to control the things. Here’s a little powershell to publish content types from the content type hub to subscribing sites. $HubUrl = “http://contenttypehuburl” $HubSite = Get-SPSite $HubUrl $HubWeb = $HubSite.RootWeb $Publisher = New-Object ...


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MS Access and put it on a network drive, in 2014 ? Oh c'mon (publish it as a Web database with Access Services, if anything). Kidding aside, what you described is exactly one of the main functionalities of SharePoint. Since you didn't specify what version and edition of SharePoint you have, I'll base my answer on what I know best, that is 2010 ...


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if it is team site and picture library app not showing, try to deactivate and reactivate the Team Collaboration List feature. Close all browser and open a fresh session. also try to create a new subsite in the same site collection with team site template and check it their.if failed then try to create a new site collection with team template in same web app ...


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Activate the "Team Collaboration Lists" site feature on the site. You can do so by going to Site Settings > Manage Site Features (under the Site Actions section).


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You can even do it in one webpart using XSLT, switching used templates based on a variable, like this: <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="$phase = 'A'"> <xsl:call-template name="phaseA"/> </xsl:when> <xsl:when test="$phase = 'B'"> <xsl:call-template name="phaseB"/> </xsl:when> ...


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This is as @suren says due to the fact that you do not provision a default page with your onet.xml If you do not want to customize the default page you can activate the WikiPage HomePage Feature, it is a web scoped feature, so add it under <WebFeatures> in your onet.xml <!-- WikiPageHomePage Feature --> <Feature ...


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Have you considered using feature stapling? Feature stapling is designed to activate a feature when a new site is created. Whether it activates can be setup to determine the site template id of the new site. In your case you would simply make sure to activate the stapling when you are creating a site of the templates you require. Once you have this you can ...


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You will not get any problems by enabling publishing. I am using it in my organization's enterprise solution and never faced any problems. Publishing makes the navigation easier. You will not loose any functionality of team site and their sub-sites. You can use separate master pages for each sub-site if you want. The only functionality you may loose is ...


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add ?ToolPaneView=2&pagemode=edit to the end of the url.


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You can just create an accouncements list on any site using "Site Action" | "More Options" and choose "Announcements" Once the announcements list is created you can insert the list web part for it on any page. If the site doesn't have the announcements list you can either active the visible Team Collaboration Lists feature or the hidden announcementslist ...



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