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publishing site vs blank site(with publishing feature enabled).

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  • Hi All,

    Can we say that publishing site is just blank site( with publishing feature enabled)? if not could anyone please explain me what extra features publishing site provide over blank site(with publishing feature enabled)?

    Regards Amit

    Freitag, 22. Juni 2012 16:31

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  • Agreed, but like everything else those can be added to a site started with a blank site by enabling specific features.  They aren't added by the publishing feature specifically, but are added by activating other features.

    Paul Stork SharePoint Server
    MVP Senior Solutions Architect: BlueChip Consulting Group
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    Samstag, 23. Juni 2012 13:03
  • Hi,

    I am not sure if I fully understand your question.

    You might want to refer to www.1jobsolutions.com to see an example of what a published site looks like.
    This is not the same as blank site.

    Hope this helps.

    Sonntag, 24. Juni 2012 14:12
  • The point is that you could build the site you refer to starting with either the Publishing Portal template (and deleting a number of things) or a blank site (which requires activating additional features after creation).   Both work.  Its just a matter of whether you want to spend time adding things or removing things.

    Paul Stork SharePoint Server
    MVP Senior Solutions Architect: BlueChip Consulting Group
    Blog: http://dontpapanic.com/blog
    Twitter: Follow @pstork
    Please remember to mark your question as "answered" if this solves your problem.

    Montag, 25. Juni 2012 13:04

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  • No a publishing site isn't just a blank site with Publishing enabled.  If you use one of the Publishing Site templates to create a site collection it also creates some subsites.  For example, the Publishing Portal creates a Press Release Sub site.  Even if you are talking about creating just a sub site, the publishing site with or without workflow contains additional configuration such as limiting what site templates can be used to create additional sub sites.  However, you can build an essential equivalent to any of the publishing sites starting with a blank site.  But there is more configuration required than just enabling Publishing features.

    Paul Stork SharePoint Server
    MVP Senior Solutions Architect: BlueChip Consulting Group
    Blog: http://dontpapanic.com/blog
    Twitter: Follow @pstork
    Please remember to mark your question as "answered" if this solves your problem.

    Freitag, 22. Juni 2012 19:27
  • Thanks Paul.

    On Google I came across nice link, given below. It says that publishing site also provides page layout plus below web parts.

    • Table of Contents Web Part
    • Content Query Web Part
    • Summary Links Web Part

    I suppose page layout and content query web part both are very useful features.

    http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/9300/what-is-publishing-site-or-page-and-why-do-we-need-it

    Regards Amit



    Samstag, 23. Juni 2012 02:08
  • Agreed, but like everything else those can be added to a site started with a blank site by enabling specific features.  They aren't added by the publishing feature specifically, but are added by activating other features.

    Paul Stork SharePoint Server
    MVP Senior Solutions Architect: BlueChip Consulting Group
    Blog: http://dontpapanic.com/blog
    Twitter: Follow @pstork
    Please remember to mark your question as "answered" if this solves your problem.

    Samstag, 23. Juni 2012 13:03
  • Hi,

    I am not sure if I fully understand your question.

    You might want to refer to www.1jobsolutions.com to see an example of what a published site looks like.
    This is not the same as blank site.

    Hope this helps.

    Sonntag, 24. Juni 2012 14:12
  • The point is that you could build the site you refer to starting with either the Publishing Portal template (and deleting a number of things) or a blank site (which requires activating additional features after creation).   Both work.  Its just a matter of whether you want to spend time adding things or removing things.

    Paul Stork SharePoint Server
    MVP Senior Solutions Architect: BlueChip Consulting Group
    Blog: http://dontpapanic.com/blog
    Twitter: Follow @pstork
    Please remember to mark your question as "answered" if this solves your problem.

    Montag, 25. Juni 2012 13:04