Using different login pages on different Site Collections in a single Web Application

SharePoint 2010 makes it easy for you to host multiple Site Collections within a single Web Application. In terms of Internet-facing websites this capability is extremely powerful when it comes to hosting mini-sites. And although they all might use the same credential store, they might need a login page using their own branding. Find out how to configure different login page for every Site Collection in a single Web Application.

Multi-page forms with the SharePoint Scenario framework

Splitting long forms into multiple pages is a great idea from the usability point of view. The downside is that it requires you to create some sort of mechanism of persisting the data between the pages. The good news is that SharePoint 2010 provides you with a framework for that particular purpose. Find out how to create multi-page forms with the SharePoint Scenario framework.

Prefetching SharePoint search results

Prefetching content allows users to access it more quickly what improves the user experience. Find out how to prefetch SharePoint search results and cut down your users’ waiting time.

Hierarchical titles vs. paged overviews

Every page should have a unique title. Unique titles can help you not only optimize your content for search engines but also improve the user experience. Hierarchical titles can help you make your page titles more usable but there is more to it if you’re using paged overviews. Find out how to generate unique titles for pages that use paged overviews in SharePoint 2010.