SharePoint Application and Site Pages - Part 1 of 2
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by Steven Barden
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Wrapping up Site Pages

Furthermore, for security reasons, Site pages are not allowed to run inline code and are marked as not to be compiled. This is done, in-part, so a person with database administrator access cannot place malicious code in a Site page. As a whole, site pages will make up the majority of the pages in a SharePoint site. They are the main pages used by users and designed to be manipulated my users. The next section on Application pages and their differences will cover more on the differences and why.

So, in short, and following the information above, an un-customized Site Page that can be stored as a template and combined with data from the content database is called ghosted, so long as it is not customized. If this page becomes customized to the point that the whole page must be stored in the database, it is called un-ghosted. Site pages tend to use the ~/_masterurl/default.master pages to maintain a consistent look and feel.


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User Comments

Title: Great article   
Name: Raghavendra.B.S
Date: 2012-02-24 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: 2010-11-02 6:04:19 AM
Comment:
Thanks for Sharing !!
Title: sharpoint   
Name: Denial
Date: 2009-12-31 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: 2009-09-30 6:14:15 AM
Comment:
Nice explanation
Title: many words   
Name: me
Date: 2009-03-31 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: 2009-03-31 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.

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