More PowerShell Scripting for MOSS

Here are some examples of working with MOSS lists via PowerShell. All of these assume that Get-SPWeb() is defined. You can get that from http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/zach/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?List=90bbfd11%2Dc9a5%2D45cf%2Da77e%2D19559aae81ae&ID=7. Adding a Calendar list to an SPWeb function global:Add-Calendar($url,$title){     $destWeb = get-SPweb -url $url Continue reading More PowerShell Scripting for MOSS

Office Developer Conference – Day 1

BillG had the morning keynote. We got to see his Last Day video, which is already online (it’s almost the same video, very close) at http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-us&vid=be9075bb-df0a-41c9-8d86-7ded46627e26 He had FedEx do a demo of their Office Business Applications – showing how Continue reading Office Developer Conference – Day 1

Right and Wrong ways to apply a CSS file to Brand a Publishing Site Collection

So here’s something I ran into earlier this week. A friend of mine made a CSS file to brand a publishing site collection that we are working with. Quiz time: What’s the right way to apply a custom css file Continue reading Right and Wrong ways to apply a CSS file to Brand a Publishing Site Collection

Information Architecture and SharePoint Site Hierarchy Design

For those of you just starting a new SharePoint deployment, or those of you redesigning a website, this is a familiar question: How do I organize the information in the site? (Technically from a SharePoint perspective, it’s a Web Application, Continue reading Information Architecture and SharePoint Site Hierarchy Design

Bound for ODC 2008!

I’m going to the 2008 Office Developer’s Conference! I’m looking forward to the sessions about SharePoint of course and meeting the SharePoint MVPs that are presenting them. I’m also looking forward to meeting two of my coworkers from other offices. Continue reading Bound for ODC 2008!