One of the new capabilities of SharePoint 2013 is cross-site content publishing. And while it offers great flexibility, it also gives you some challenges. For example: how would you simplify working with assets?
Building an English version of our website was one of the most important design decisions for our new website. And although building and maintaining a multilingual website is an ongoing process, it is totally worth it, because so far we have had some great feedback. So how did we do it?
One of the frequent challenges when working with Audiences is the inability to provide alternative content to users outside the Audiences to which the content is targeted. Find out how to prevent pages from getting blank with Mavention Negated Audiences.
SharePoint 2010 introduces a new User Experience designed to make it easier for users to accomplish their tasks. One of the biggest improvements is the contextual Ribbon, which increases discoverability op options by displaying only options relevant to the current context. The main idea behind the Ribbon is that it’s always available and within reach. This applies not only to Office client applications but also to SharePoint.
Publishing long articles on the web can be very user-unfriendly. Not only such article pages load slowly, due to large HTML, but it also may be challenging to make user stay on one page for such a long time. This is exactly why breaking long articles into smaller pieces is considered a good practice. Find out how to easily page long articles with the Mavention Paged Rich HTML Field.