55081 Basic SharePoint Server 2013 Branding
CLASS DATE(s):
5/7/2020 - 5/8/2020

COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days

COURSE COST: $995.00

COURSE TIMES: 9:00am - 4:30pm

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COURSE OVERVIEW

This two-day instructor led course is intended for those interested in learning how to customize the look of SharePoint Server 2013 through the concept of Branding. Although some coding is involved we strive to keep it to a minimum in this introductory level course. Though we use minimum code you will be surprised at the ease with which SharePoint can be branded to your environment for internet, intranet and extranet sites. The level of expertise you gain coupled with the built-in SharePoint tools may be all your company ever needs for great looking branded sites.

This course uses an instructor led topic explanation, instructor performing detailed demonstrations then the student performing exercises to duplicate what the instructor demonstrated. This style of training is a combination of traditional classroom training and mentored learning. Additionally videos of the demonstrations performed by the course author are included with the course as a take-away.

AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES

This course is intended for those interested in or tasked with the branding of SharePoint 2013 Server.

Before attending this course, students should have:
•A basic knowledge of HTML
•A basic understanding of CSS

  

*Course Cost listed does not include the cost of courseware or lunch, required in your registration. Course is subject to minimum enrollment and/or can be done virtually. If you have any questions, please contact us (learn@vtec.org or 207-775-0244).

COURSE TOPICS:


At Course Completion
•Understand The Ribbon
•Work with images
•Use Videos
•Customizing the site navigation
•Use themes
•Use composed looks
•Customize Page layouts
•Convert a HTML page to a Master Page
•Working with Master Pages using Design Manager
•Use the Snippet Gallery
•Use Design Manager with Page Layouts
•Create a Design Package

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•Understand Cascading Style Sheets
•How SharePoint server uses CSS
•Using CSS in SharePoint
•Explain Web Content Management
•Utilize Web Parts for Content Rollups
•Create Display Templates

Module 1: Introduction
Welcome

Module 2: Key concepts for Branding in SharePoint server 2013
Branding Levels
Master Pages and the Gallery
Composed Looks
Different types of pages
What is Design Manager
Catalogs
Lab : Tour the tools
•Explain Levels
•Understand the key components of branding

Module 3: Editing via the User Interface
The Ribbon
Working with images
Videos
Customizing the site navigation
Using composed looks
Page layouts
Lab : Editing via the User Interface
The Ribbon
Working with images
Videos
Customizing the site navigation
Using composed looks and Page layouts

Module 4: SharePoint 2013 Design Manager
Conversion of a HTML page to a Master Page
Working with Master Pages using Design Manager
The Snippet Gallery
Design Manager and Page Layouts
Creating a Design Package
Lab : SharePoint 2013 Design Manager
Convert a HTML page to a Master Page
Working with Master Pages using Design Manager
Use the Snippet Gallery
Use Design Manager with Page Layouts
Create a Design Package

Module 5: Cascading Style Sheets and SharePoint Server 2013
Understand Cascading Style Sheets
How SharePoint server uses CSS
Using CSS in SharePoint
Lab : Cascading Style Sheets and SharePoint Server 2013
Understand Cascading Style Sheets
Using CSS in SharePoint

Module 6: Master Pages and Page Layouts with Content Types
Understand Master Pages
Use SharePoint Designer 2013 to work with Master Pages
Create a Master Page
Edit a Master Page
Content Types and Page Layouts
Lab : Master Pages
Understand Master Pages
Use SharePoint Designer 2013 to work with Master Pages
Create a Master Page
Edit a Master Page
Content Types and Page Layouts

Module 7: Using SharePoint Web Content Management to perform Content Rollups
Web Content Management
Utilizing Web Parts for Content Rollups
Display Templates
Lab : Using SharePoint Web Content Management to perform Content Rollups
Web Content Management
Utilizing Web Parts for Content Rollups
Display Templates