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FIGURE 5.17
Inserted the
Content Editor
web part
C O N F I G U R I N G A B U I L T - I N W E B P A R T T E M P L A T E
This web part needs both content and configuration. To start, let’s change the title of the web
part and disallow it to be minimized or edited (even on a web part page) by the users so they
can’t ignore it that easily. Then we’ll add some content.
1. To configure the web part, click the down arrow on its title bar, and select Edit Web Part .
The tool pane for the Content Editor web part will come up on the right side of the page
(Figure 5.18). Notice that, in addition to the standard Appearance, Layout, and Advanced
sections, there is a setting at the top of the pane that relates specifically to this web part.
If you wanted to, you could point this web part to an existing file to display its contents.
This is not what we are here for, but it’s good to know.
FIGURE 5.18
The Content Editor
web part tool pane
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