ReturnLink

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.ReturnLink class inherits from Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SPControl (a base server control) allowing you to build a hyperlink control linked to the current SPWeb URL, formatted with your description text. First the control gets a SPWeb from the current request context. After, it inspects whether the SPWeb.Url property of the returned SPWeb is available, which should always be the case.

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.ReturnLink class inherits from Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SPControl (a base server control) allowing you to build a hyperlink control linked to the current SPWeb URL, formatted with your description text. First the control gets a SPWeb from the current request context. After, it inspects whether the SPWeb.Url property of the returned SPWeb is available, which should always be the case.

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SiteLogoImage

Tags: sharepoint Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SiteLogoImage class inherits from the System.Web.UI.Design.WebControls.Image class allowing you to conditionally instantiate the current site logo as an image web control.First the control gets a SPWeb from the current request context to see whether the SPWeb.SiteLogoUrl property is null or empty. This property is evident from a SharePoint site within “Site Settings” under “Title, Description, and Icon”. If a value is present, it is used for imag

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Tags: sharepoint Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SiteLogoImage class inherits from the System.Web.UI.Design.WebControls.Image class allowing you to conditionally instantiate the current site logo as an image web control.First the control gets a SPWeb from the current request context to see whether the SPWeb.SiteLogoUrl property is null or empty. This property is evident from a SharePoint site within Site Settings under Title, Description, and Icon. If a value is present, it is used for imag

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