Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The previous chapter explained the difference between site galleries and top-level site (or site
collection) galleries. The galleries that appear only on the top-level site apply to all sites in a
While individual sites can have unique master pages, content types, and columns, the
toplevel galleries apply to every site in the collection and contain the same items regardless of the
site they are accessed from.
The galleries that are available only at the site collection’s top-level site are discussed next.
The rest are for the site and are covered in Chapter 9.
W E B P A R T S
The Web Part Gallery (see Figure 10.5) holds all the web parts available to the site collection (except
for the List View web parts, of course; those are unique to the lists for the site and not available in
the gallery). You can add, edit, and delete the web parts from it. Anything in this gallery is
available for use in the entire site collection, which means this top-level site and all subsites. You can find
more information about web parts in Chapter 5, “Introduction to Web Parts.”
The Web Part
L I S T T E M P L A T E S
You can save customized lists as templates. They are stored in the List Templates Gallery for
use when creating a new list. The gallery will show you the name, date, title, language, and
version of the list template. Any list that is saved as a template is saved to the list gallery. Like
any library content, list templates can be uploaded to the gallery, and you can edit their title