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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

SharePoint 2010 Controls

To provide many of the rich new features for SharePoint 2010, a number of new controls have been
added for use in master pages. The following table highlights most of the new controls:

SharePoint:SPShortcutIcon Sets the favicon in the top left of the browser
URL bar
Tells SharePoint what to load after Corev4 css
SharePoint:SPRibbon Adds the Fluent UI (the ribbon) to the page
SharePoint:PopoutMenu Adds the breadcrumb that, when clicked, shows
the pop-out that displays your current location in
the site in a hierarchical tree structure
SharePoint:SPRibbonPeripheralContent Adds various items that are attached to the ribbon
SharePoint:PageStateActionButton Loads the page edit and save icon button near
the top left of the page
SharePoint:LanguageSpecificContent Displays content specifi c to the selected language
Sharepoint:DeveloperDashboardLauncher Launches the developer dashboard (which is hidden
by default but can be enabled with STSADM
or PowerShell)
Loads the arrow near the site icon after the
page title
SharePoint:AspMenu Renders tableless navigation
SharePoint:VisualUpgradePreviewStatus Displays the Visual Upgrade status in the status bar
Enables the capability to target page elements to
v3 or v4 capabilities
SharePoint:ClusteredSPLinkButton This is how SharePoint 2010 makes use of CSS
SharePoint:DeveloperDashboard Loads the actual developer dashboard at the bottom
of the master page This is hidden until the
launcher is clicked
SharePoint:WarnOnUnsupportedBrowsers Displays a warning to users who are trying to
access the site with an unsupported browser (e g ,
Internet Explorer 6)
wssuc:MUISelector Sets the MUI language selected that shows up in
the welcome menu if language packs are installed
SPSWC:MySiteCssRegistration Allows the use of specific CSS

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