SharePoint front-end guru and general nice guy Ben from Web.0 contacted me recently to ask how he could publish multiple pages across a SP2010 site collection. It seems he’d been given a backup from an existing project with a fairly deep site structure and many many pages in various states of approval.
My first thought . . . → Read More: Publish all pages in a site collection with PowerShell
Recently, after putting up a couple of posts on how I’ve been harnessing the power of Powershell with SharePoint 2010 (to generate a sitemap and to list features) I was contacted by the guys over at the awesome Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog and asked to write a post as a guest blogger on the use . . . → Read More: Interrogate SharePoint lists with PowerShell
The more I work with SharePoint 2010 the more I am starting to love PowerShell. My scripting skills are pretty basic (!) but here are a couple of useful little snippets to get back some information from a site that previously I would have spent a while going through the UI or SharePoint Root – . . . → Read More: PowerShell Commands To List SharePoint Features
For the website project that I’ve been working on recently we’ve focussed on ensuring that we have good Search Engine Optimisation. Now there are a lot of clever technical things that can be attempted here – such as replacing the 302 redirects etc – however there are also some very simple things that can and . . . → Read More: Generate A Sitemap For SharePoint 2010 Using PowerShell