Building Web Pages in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2013    |    Intermediate
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SharePoint offers sophisticated web page functionality, and once you master how, you can start building yours. Explore text formatting, the clipboard, structure, tables, images and videos, hyperlinks, and more.


  • Using site pages
    Creating a site page
    Creating a Web Part page
    Formatting text
    Creating a bullet list
    Using the clipboard
    Formatting your paragraphs
    Adding structure to your page
    Inserting a table
  • Formatting your table
    Inserting an image
    Inserting a multimedia file
    Sharing an online video
    Adding a hyperlink
    Inserting a file
    Inserting a map
    Adding Web Parts
    Editing a Web Part


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    Your SharePoint 2013 team site is made up of a number of different libraries, lists, apps and pages. If you want to organize and edit your site pages, you are going to need to know how to use the page library. FREE ACCESS
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    In SharePoint 2013, you can create two types of pages for your team site: wiki pages, and Web Part pages. A wiki page is made up mostly of text and is designed to help you create guides or informative pages that can be edited quickly and easily. Once you have created a wiki page, you can edit it via your site's pages library. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Creating a Web Part page in SharePoint 2013
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    The second type of page available in SharePoint 2013 is the Web Part page. These pages, which combine apps, different content types and pooled data, do not work in the same way as wiki pages. They are however still accessed from the same location: your site's pages library. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Formatting text in SharePoint 2013
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    When editing your SharePoint 2013 page, you can adjust the appearance of any text elements you have added with the formatting tools. You can, for example, change a text selection's font style, size and even color and font effect. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Creating a bullet list in SharePoint 2013
    4m 22s
    If you have inserted a list of data entries or values into your text zone in SharePoint 2013, you can add structure and begin to organize them with the bullet and numbering tools. These styles can be combined, and you can even create sublists to add multiple levels to your list hierarchy. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Using the clipboard in SharePoint 2013
    3m 14s
    In SharePoint 2013, you can use the clipboard to store elements that you want to move around or copy. This is an extremely good way of moving text items from one location to another. It also saves you from having to reenter content if you have inserted it in the wrong place. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Formatting your paragraphs in SharePoint 2013
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    You can make any text that you have added to your SharePoint 2013 page more readable by using the paragraph formatting tools. You can use these tools to justify your text, change the alignment of your paragraph, and even center a title. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Adding structure to your page in SharePoint 2013
    2m 35s
    Another way of organizing the text-based content that you have added to your SharePoint 2013 page is to use the text layout and styles tools. You can, for example, organize your text into columns and headers, and even apply unified styles for all your headings and paragraphs. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Inserting a table in SharePoint 2013
    3m 14s
    One way of organizing data values that you want to include in your SharePoint 2013 page is to use a table. A table gives you a clear structure of columns and rows that can be very helpful when organizing statistics, records and data entries. SharePoint features a number of different tools for inserting and modifying your table. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Formatting your table in SharePoint 2013
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    Once you have inserted a table into your SharePoint 2013 page, you can begin formatting it and adjusting its design. SharePoint features a number of different styles that can be used to change the overall appearance of your table, and it is even possible to format individual cell contents using standard text formatting tools. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Inserting an image in SharePoint 2013
    4m 30s
    Sometimes it can be very helpful to include an image or photo to help illustrate a point that you are making. Images can be added to your site page in a number of different ways. You can, for example, reuse an image that you have already uploaded to SharePoint 2013, or upload a file from your local drive. You can even import an image using a web address. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Inserting a multimedia file in SharePoint 2013
    2m 51s
    As well as images, it is also possible to illustrate your site pages with multimedia elements, including videos and audio files. As with images, you can use files that are stored on SharePoint 2013 already. You can also select and upload a file from your computer. FREE ACCESS
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    13.  Sharing an online video in SharePoint 2013
    4m 17s
    Another way of integrating video into your SharePoint 2013 page is to use online media. A video that is hosted online can be added to your page in two ways: you can either use the URL to create a link to the video, or embed the video into the page itself using a code. FREE ACCESS
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    14.  Adding a hyperlink in SharePoint 2013
    3m 38s
    If you want to include website or email addresses in your team site pages, you will need to know how to use hyperlinks. SharePoint 2013 will automatically recognize correctly-formatted addresses, but it is also possible to add your own hyperlinks to specific text selections. It is even possible to include a link to a document that you have previously uploaded to SharePoint. FREE ACCESS
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    15.  Inserting a file in SharePoint 2013
    2m 13s
    If you need to share a document with other users on SharePoint 2013, you can insert a link to it in your team site page. The document can then be accessed and downloaded simply by clicking on the hyperlink. FREE ACCESS
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    16.  Inserting a map in SharePoint 2013
    2m 45s
    When organizing an event or meeting, it can sometimes be useful to include directions or a map showing individuals where to go. If you want to do this for an event you are writing about on your SharePoint 2013 team site, you can use the integrated Bing Maps function to insert the address. If the Bing Maps function is not available, you can still insert a map using the service's embed code. This technique works for both Bing and Google Maps. FREE ACCESS
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    17.  Adding Web Parts in SharePoint 2013
    3m 46s
    A Web Part is a very useful tool if you want to integrate additional content into your site page. This content can be taken from lists, libraries, and multimedia pages already on your SharePoint 2013 portal. The Web Part tool can also be used to change the way in which you display your content: you can, for example, add your image library to your page as a slide show. FREE ACCESS
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    18.  Editing a Web Part in SharePoint 2013
    3m 10s
    Once you have inserted a Web Part into your SharePoint 2013 page, you can customize it. You can, for example, rename the item, change how it is displayed, and even adjust how visitors to the page can interact with it. The options that are available to you will depend to a large extent on the type of Web Part you have inserted. FREE ACCESS


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