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How we did it: Twynham 6th form Internet facing website using SharePoint 2007 - Part 4

 
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Mike HerrityGuest Authors Mike Herrity, Educational SharePoint Architect
Chris Mckinley, Senior SharePoint/SQL Developer www.sharepointineducation.com Twynham School, SharePoint Internet

Admissions Journey

The admissions journey uses the java script that the courses tab uses. Content slides across as the user journeys through the six steps of the admissions process. The Steps are stored in a simple list with rich text, this also allows for expansion as more steps can be added simply by adding them to the list.  Using the rich text field in the custom lists was chosen to allow the insertion of hyperlinks, something that is required in almost all of the steps. This makes editing simple for any admin user and broken links to external sites can be rectified quickly if they occur.

How We Did It Part 4

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