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Using Shared Borders

Most sites have common page banners, navigation structures and contact information. But individually editing page banners, link bars or contact information in pages isn’t the best use of your time. Instead, you should define common areas, called shared borders, that pages within the site share, and then add the common elements to these shared border areas.

Understanding Shared Borders

Sites you create using advanced templates and wizards have shared borders. Your sites should have shared borders, too. Not only does it make sites easier to manage, it also gives sites a consistent look and feel.


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