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Ben Schmitz

Brandon, I wonder if you would be willing to break down the process of implementing a jQuery script (like the one here). I am a novice SharePoint developer, and I'm looking to simply add an expand/collapse functionality on the out-of-the-box web parts. What I'm having difficulty with is figuring out how to deploy this code. Where do I save files (I'm working with SP Designer 2010)? Does the css need to go somewhere else? How do I update the master page, or do I need to? I've done quite a bit of research, but I haven't been able to find any location that shows me the process from beginning to end.

Brandon Anderson

Hi, Ben. I understand it all can be overwhelming at first. I've written posts addressing the questions you have; please see the posts listed at http://fitandfinish.ironworks.com/microsoft-sharepoint/. If you still have questions I'd be glad to try to answer.

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