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How to make web part editable outside web part zone in layout?

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi! I am new to Sharepoint and am really struggling with it! :(

I have created a custom layout and want to have a few set web parts so that editors can come in and modify the settings/content on those web parts.

Example, ideally I'd like to have a image viewer and a content editor web part on my layout. I want the editor to be able to upload and change the photo on the image viewer web part and edit content on the content editor.

Right now I can't do that.

If I put the web part inside web part zone, the zone can be edited but the web parts disappeared.
If I put the web part outside the web part zone, it looks like what I am working to achieve but the web parts cannot be edited.


Did I miss something? is there a way around this?

Thank you sooo much for you help!

 

 




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