Using conditional content you can target pieces of your website to specific audiences optimizing the User Experience. Unfortunately, if you try to conditionally display Web Parts, your pages will break – at least by default because there is a way you can get this done. So how do you conditionally display Web Parts in SharePoint 2010?
When working with external links on public-facing websites you might want the search engines not to follow them. And while you can do it without too much effort by editing the hyperlinks’ HTML, it’s just more convenient to do this via the UI. Find out how to easily prevent links from being followed using Mavention Rel Nofollow.
Web managers often ask themselves which links the visitors use when they leave the website. If you’re using Google Analytics on your public–facing website, you can easily track those outbound links. Find out how to easily track outbound links on your SharePoint 2010 website using Google Analytics with Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking.
On many public-facing websites Google Analytics Links Tracking is used to give insights into how the website is used. While tracking links on SharePoint 2010 public-facing websites is straight-forward it gets more challenging if you would like to track links in content. Find out how to track links in content using Google Analytics with Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking.
By default SharePoint 2010 allows you to have only one version of a particular WSP deployed in the Farm. While it’s not an issue in many scenarios, as soon as you start working with multiple sites using functionality from those WSPs things will get more challenging. So how should you deal with shared components?