Branding share point 2013

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<ul><li> 1. XSLT? Where we are going, we dont need XSLT.</li></ul> <p> 2. About me French, SharePoint Developer and Food LoverKhoa Quach SharePoint Technologies MCTS, MCPD, MCSE Co-founded NIFTIT in Brooklyn Specializes in SharePoint Integration Application Development Branding Solution Mobile Solution@niftykhoa @NIFTIT 3. Who is the session for? Wait, Dont leave yet!This session will be mainly for: Front-End Developers SharePoint 2013 Developers There will be some tricks and tips for: SharePoint 2010 Developers 4. Agenda Lets get started!This session will cover: Differences between SP 2010 &amp; SP 2013 Tools and Libraries Basic SharePoint Branding Knowledge Review of Design Manager Demo &amp; Best Practices 5. Differences Between 2010 &amp; 2013!From a Branding Development Prospective: No More Table Markup Say Bye to XSLT Use your favorite Web Editor Introduce Design Manager Client Side Improvements Image Rendition Minimal Download Strategies RESTMethodology 6. Introduction Most SharePoint Intranet portals looks like this 7. Successful branding examples This is a majority of the intranet site at the moment 8. A look back Designing your web site in SharePoint 2010HTML Comps CSS, JS , etc.Dreamweaver / Photoshop / etc.SharePoint Designer 9. New methodology Designing your web site in SharePoint 2013SharePoint HTML CompsUpload CSS, JS, etc.Auto ConvertDreamweaver / etc.Add controlsSnippet Gallery 10. Tools and Libraries Sorry, No Hoverboard Allowed!Here are the tools you can use to brand your site: Visual Studio 2012/2013 SharePoint Designer 2013 Web Development Editor/Tool And some optional libraries: JQuery +1.7.1 Bootstrap.js Angular.js, Backbone.JS, Ember.JS Knockout.JS CoffeeScript.js 11. SharePoint page model Some basic conceptSharePoint uses templates to define and render the pages that a site displays. Master pages define the shared framing elements (AKA the chrome) for all pages in your site. Page layouts define the layout for a specific class of pages. Pages are created from a page layout by authors who add content to page fields.RENDERED PAGE = Master page + Page layout + page (content) 12. Analyzing the design Lets see if we get it right! 13. Elements of the master page Lets see if we get it right! Site IconSearch BarGlobal NavigationFooter 14. Elements of the page layout and page Lets see if we get it right! Image SliderContent Search WebPartContent from Content Type 15. Design Manager Under the hood!Access/Upload to assets and pages Convert HTML to ASP.NET master page Snippet Gallery Design Packages Device Channels Display templates (No more XSLT) 16. Access network map As requested for NYCSDUG 2014This should be straight forward for on-prems but here are possible solution for online. Internet Explorer Configuration Answer (click here) The WebDav Fix (http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/7 1991/office-365-sharepoint-access-denied-errorwhen-mapping-webdav) HotFix for IE10/Win7 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2846960) The Keep me signed in option (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2616712) 17. Snippet gallery Sorry, No Hoverboard Allowed!Site Icon Global Navigation Search Box Site Title Edit Mode Trim Security Device Channel Panel Media and Content OOB Web Parts Custom ASP.Net Markup 18. Recap for the master page If it was too fast!Analyze your design and define SP page model elements to be used For 2013: Simply copy and paste your HTML markup into the master page but analyze Segregate the master page elements from the page layout(s) Stick to one methodology: HTML or SP 19. Branding search components Search-driven web parts and display templatesDisplay templates control which managed properties appear in the search results of a search-driven Web Part and the styling and behavior of those search results. Control display templates: control the layout of search results and any elements common to all results such as paging, sorting, and other links Item display templates: which control how each search result is displayed and repeated for each result 20. Device Channels Search-driven web parts and display templatesFor content negotiations Use to differentiate master page Target different content with device channel panels Good to inform older browsers users to update or be aware 21. Minimal download strategy Search-driven web parts and display templatesNew feature in SP 2013 Reduce Page Load time Only send the difference when users navigate to new page 22. Branding search components Search-driven web parts and display templatesDisplay templates control which managed properties appear in the search results of a search-driven Web Part and the styling and behavior of those search results. Control display templates: control the layout of search results and any elements common to all results such as paging, sorting, and other links Item display templates: which control how each search result is displayed and repeated for each result 23. </p>