Sharepoint 2013 allows you to create public-facing web sites for your organization. Any number of web sites can be created for different purposes like company website, product launch, specific topic etc.
By default, public-facing web sites consist of pages like home, about us, contact us, directions and a blog module.
Creating public-facing website
Open Sharepoint administration and select Public Website from New button in the ribbon
Fill in the details and click OK to create your public-facing web site
Sharepoint will take some time to create your public-facing website. Once it’s done Sharepoint will display the link of the newly created website.
In the next article we’ll see how to work with the web site and change content, look and feel of the website.
Delete a public-facing site
To delete a public-facing website, select the website in Sharepoint administration and press Delete from the ribbon.
Edit Header links
Click on EDIT LINKS to manage links on the header.
You can do the following in the EDIT LINKS:
- Click on a link for example Services to change
- Click on the eye icon to hide a link
- Click on the X to delete a link
- Click on + link to add new links
- You can drag and drop links as well
- Click on Save or Cancel button to save or
chancel your changes
Change Look and feel of the site
Click on Change the Look button in Site ribbon tab
Select the template to change the look and feel of the site
Other options available in Site ribbon tab are:
Edit Title – change title of the site
Change Logo – change logo of the site
Edit Menu – Same as Edit Links
Edit Site Elements – Change Header, Footer of the site
Edit Style Sheet – change CSS of the site