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MOSS default.aspx changed but not showing prelogin

Posted on 2009-05-13
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I have configured some changes using Sharepoint Designer to modify the Default.aspx page of a publishing site.

The changes to the layout are showing up after I click SignIn but the old layout from the default.aspx still shows up pre signin??

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Dean
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by:James Murrell
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You could try editing the DefaultLayout.aspx with SharePoint Designer, also it sounds like maybe the page isn't approved and published


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It turns out that the Publishing site uses WelcomeSplash.aspx as the main page and not defailt.aspx as I had thought.

Editing of the master and the WelcomeSplash.aspx showed the results I had expected.

Dean
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