About designing and building sites
Updated: December 20, 2007
Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007
This section provides overview materials for site architects, planners, and designers to help them understand the end-to-end Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site-development methodology and site-customization options.
Determine your approach outlines and contrasts the range of customization approaches available to site architects and designers.
Review of site elements defines the types of elements that compose a site based on Office SharePoint Server 2007 and provides examples of both types of elements.
Review of environments reviews the various environments used in a Office SharePoint Server 2007 customization project.
Review of tools and processes describes the most commonly used software development, configuration management, and authoring tools used to customize sites based on Office SharePoint Server 2007 along with the processes to deploy customizations.
About development team roles reviews the various roles recommended in staffing a coordinated Office SharePoint Server 2007 customization project.
Customization scenarios presents two contrasting customization scenarios illustrating an author-centric and a developer-centric approach.
Overview of upgrading from SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to Office SharePoint Server 2007 and new methods for common customizations supplements the Upgrading to Office SharePoint Server 2007 Guide. The guide covers the process of planning and performing an upgrade from Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to Office SharePoint Server 2007.
Resources for upgrading from Content Management Server 2002 contains links to resources that can help you plan and perform an upgrade from Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 to Office SharePoint Server 2007.
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