A Practical Guide to SharePoint 2013

A Practical Guide to SharePoint 2013
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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Publishing Rich HTML without any limitations in SharePoint 2010

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SharePoint 2010 ships with rich content editing capabilities. However the set of allowed HTML tags is limited. Find out how to avoid the limitations in editing rich content in SharePoint 2010.

When working with Internet-facing websites, rich content allows us to make difference and to add interaction and semantics to static pages. Out of the box SharePoint 2010 ships with a Rich Text Editor (RTE) that allows us to enrich our content with HTML markup. Thanks to its interaction with the Ribbon content editors can easily add rich media, data tables or change presentation of the content using the Rich Text Editor.

Nowadays however, rich content goes far beyond formatting and including media. We not only want to publish content but we also want to track its value using web analytics. And to make the content more valuable we want to make use of new capabilities such as microdata or HTML5. Unfortunately things aren’t as easy as you might want them to be when working with SharePoint 2010.

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