SharePoint 2010 Pop Quiz: Configuring a Web Part for Windows Live Messenger
Applies to the "Developing Web Parts and Controls" objective of Exam 70-573.
Q: Which Web Part can be used to add Windows Live Messenger to a SharePoint site?
- What's New
- Content Editor
Answer is C: The Content Editor Web Part can be used to add Windows Live Messenger to a SharePoint site.
The Content Editor Web Part allows authors to enter rich-text content and HTML source code for features such as adding a Windows Live Messenger window with real-time availability and chat for a logged-in user. Messenger now allows users to login multiple places such as from a desktop and a Web site.
Quick Tip: Click here to learn how to configure presence settings for Windows Live Messenger, and create and copy the HTML source code.
Bonus Question: What feature of SharePoint 2010 allows developers to add common disclaimers or trademark content to multiple sites or pages? (Tweet your answer with #pop573b and get a chance to win a Redmond t-shirt! Deadline for entries is Friday, January 14.)
Answer to last week's bonus question: The Content Editor allows authors to enter rich-text content.
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