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SharePoint 2013 – How to Change “SharePoint” Text in Suite Bar

1. Open SharePoint Designer 2013. (If you do not have SharePoint Designer 2013 a free download can be found here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-ie/download/details.aspx?id=35491)

 

2. With SharePoint Designer 2013 open click Open Site.

3. An Open Site window will appear. At the bottom in the Site name: section, type your SharePoint URL. (For this demo I will be using https://scuba3.atrackspace.com)4. Click Open. (If you have never opened your site in SharePoint Designer 2013 the SharePoint login prompt will appear.  Click Sign In to SharePoint and enter your credentials.  You may receive an error, this is fine just click the red x to close the window and your site will open.)

  1. In the left navigation click Master Pages.
  1. Click to the right of seattle.master to highlight it.
  1. In the upper-left corner of the page, click Copy.
  1. To un-highlight seattle.master, click below the last item on the page – in this example case the last item on the page is welcomelayout2.aspx.

9. In the upper left hand corner click Paste.

You have now created a copy of the master page. You never want to edit the default master page in case you need to revert for any reason.

10. Click the newly created master page seattle_copy(1).master.

11. On the seattle_copy(1).master page under Customization click Edit file.

12. Scroll down to line 38 and click in front of the text </head>.

13. Hit Enter, to create a space on line 38 as seen in the screen shot below:

  1. Place your cursor in the open space on line 38 and copy/paste the following code:

<SharePoint:CssRegistration ID=”CssRegistration1″ name=”&lt;% $SPUrl:~sitecollection/style library/custom.css %&gt;” runat=”server” after=”style.css” />

15. In the upper left hand corner click the save icon.  We will now create a custom.css file to change the “SharePoint” text.

16. In the left navigation under Site Objects click All Files.

17. From All Files locate and click on Style Library.

18. From the Style Library page, in the ribbon click File > CSS.

19. Name the file custom.css.

20. Click on custom.css. (The file you just named)

21. Under Customization click Edit File.

22. Click anywhere in the open space and type the following code:

.ms-core-brandingText:after{                 content:”Powered by Rackspace”;

}

.ms-core-brandingText{

margin-left: -95px;

}

 

For this example we’re changing the “SharePoint” to “Powered by Rackspace.” You can replace “Powered by Rackspace” with any text you like. Important to note, the margin-left will need to be adjusted depending on what your text is.
23. In the upper left hand corner click Save.

24. In the Manage section click Check In then select Publish major version.

We’re almost done,! The last thing we need to do is apply the newly created master page seattle_copy(1).master to our site.

25. On the left navigation under Site Objects click Master Pages.

26. Locate the master page you were editing and click to the right of it to highlight.

27. At the top of the page click on Set as Custom, in the ribbon.
28. Right next to Set as Custom click Set as Default.

29. Go to your site and see the change, if you site is already open just refresh the page.

 

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SharePoint 2007 Service Accounts Description

The following covers the most common service accounts that need to be setup and their typical permissions in order for MOSS to function properly.  Note that each deployment is different, so these accounts may differ based upon individual requirements.  There are some additional accounts that you may need for other optional services, but they are not mentioned here.

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SharePoint 2007 Single Server Install

Pre-Install

There are several things that you must do before you even insert the SharePoint 2007 CD they are:

  • Install Windows 2003 R2 with the latest service pack (2 at time of writing) and all of the latest Windows Updates.

NOTE: Please do not use NewSID to change the SID of the machine if you are using a copy of another VM, this breaks things in SharePoint. My advice is to build Windows from fresh or to use Sysprep if you are using a copy of a VM.

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Microsoft Office- Back up, restore, or move a SharePoint site

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-designer-help/back-up-restore-or-move-a-sharepoint-site-HA010069939.aspx#6

Suppose that your team has just posted their latest quarterly reports to various document libraries on the team site, and you want to back up the site at this critical juncture. Or suppose that your team has been moved to a different group in your organization, so you need to move your team site to another server. You can use Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 to create a backup copy of a site or subsite, and then re-create that site on the same server or on another server.

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TechNet- SharePoint 2007 Sample templates: SharePoint Products and Technologies governance plan

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262943.aspx

Governance is the set of roles, responsibilities, and processes that you put in place in an enterprise to guide the development and use of a solution based on SharePoint Products and Technologies. As part of your governance planning, you must identify the stakeholder teams and individuals who will compose the governance body that defines the scope and objectives of governance in your organization. The governance body should then determine the governance strategy for the organization, map out the policies that will implement the strategy, and determine how the strategy will be enforced across the organization.

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Setting Up the Development Environment for SharePoint 2010 on Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008

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SharePoint Permission Levels and Meaning

Permission levels and permissions

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Although sites that are built on Windows SharePoint Services often have additional default SharePoint groups, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 includes five permission levels by default. Each of these permission levels has specific permissions associated with it. As a site owner, you can choose which permissions are associated with these permission levels (except for the Limited Access and Full Control permission levels) or add new permission levels to combine different sets of permissions.
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