SharePoint Application and Site Pages - Part 1 of 2
page 1 of 5
Published: 26 Aug 2008
Abstract
In this first part of the two part series, Steven covers the differences between Site and Application pages in SharePoint 2007, why each may be used in various circumstances, and prepares for the construction of a menu located application page. After a brief introduction he examines the concept of Site Pages and Application Pages separately in detail with supported screenshots.
by Steven Barden
Feedback
Average Rating: This article has not yet been rated.
Views (Total / Last 10 Days): 45786/ 93

Introduction

This article will focus on the concepts of the two main page types that can be found in SharePoint 2007 (WSS): Application pages and Site pages. Since this is a WSS level objective, as opposed to MOSS, you will not need MOSS to review the information provided. Windows Server 2003, WSS and Visual Studio 2005 are all that is needed, with no additional add-ons.

There are two primary types of pages found in a WSS application, Application pages and Site pages. The first type, Application Pages, is generally aspx pages that you will find used across multiple Sites. They are usually the "behind the scenes" administrative type pages. Secondly, Site Pages, are the pages that are used inside an individual site. These are mainly the user level pages that make up the site, for example, the index page. When you enter a site as a user you will probably be viewing Site Pages (like Default.Aspx). In the same way, when you use the administrative pages of a site (like Settings.Aspx), you will likely be working with Application Pages.


View Entire Article

User Comments

Title: Great article   
Name: Raghavendra.B.S
Date: 2/24/2012 1:40:03 PM
Comment:
very good article.helped me to understand the concept very clearly.It would be even more better with sample code :-)
Title: Thanks   
Name: Balaji
Date: 11/2/2010 6:04:19 AM
Comment:
Thanks for Sharing !!
Title: sharpoint   
Name: Denial
Date: 12/31/2009 9:28:38 AM
Comment:
First of all. Thanks very much for your useful post.

I just came across your blog and wanted to drop you a note telling you how impressed I was with the

information you have posted here.

Please let me introduce you some info related to this post and I hope that it is useful for community.

There is a good SharePoint resource site, Have alook

http://www.how2sharepoint.com/

http://www.sharepoint2003.com/

http://sharepointbank.com/

Thanks again
Rahul
Title: Nice article   
Name: Sanoj
Date: 9/30/2009 6:14:15 AM
Comment:
Nice explanation
Title: many words   
Name: me
Date: 3/31/2009 3:25:57 AM
Comment:
Dont use negative words before you view the static piece of information.
I mean first put the rule and then make it obvious by more talkings..
now i lost in that article.
Title: long article but not clear and specified   
Name: shady
Date: 3/31/2009 3:23:12 AM
Comment:
good work.
but not good clear explanations in addition to strange accent.
and im new in sharepoint..
i wish if i rephrase it again in pretty manner.

Product Spotlight
Product Spotlight 





Community Advice: ASP | SQL | XML | Regular Expressions | Windows


©Copyright 1998-2014 ASPAlliance.com  |  Page Processed at 10/2/2014 12:30:05 PM  AspAlliance Recent Articles RSS Feed
About ASPAlliance | Newsgroups | Advertise | Authors | Email Lists | Feedback | Link To Us | Privacy | Search