A Practical Guide to SharePoint 2013

A Practical Guide to SharePoint 2013
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Thursday, September 8, 2011

SharePoint 2010: Installing and Configuring Features(Via AMOL GHUGE)

Extracted from the original post “Features are SharePoint Server 2010–specific declarative (XML) programming elements.
Features configure, associate, define, create, and copy.


Features are most commonly used for the following:
To define the columns that make up list types and the fields that the columns
are based on
To copy Web parts and master pages to their respective galleries
To associate Visual Studio workflows with a list or site
To modify and extend the configuration of the SharePoint Server 2010 user
interface
To serve as a control panel that allows code and configuration changes to be
turned on and off in the browser

For complete post visit Amol’s blog here.