Types of Web Pages in SharePoint 2010

Although SharePoint 2010 gives you a lot of helpful tools to work with content, the ability to communicate effectively with your team, starting with a customizable home page, pulls everything together. Using web pages and Web Parts is how you arrange and present information in a collaboration site. Team sites use wiki pages to make it easy for everyone on your team to share information.

Type 1: Publishing Page
Default Location: Pages library
Typical Usage Scenario: Complete control over look and feel; more granular content management.

Type 2: Web Part Page
Default Location: None; can reside in any library or folder
Typical Usage Scenario: To display Web Parts; no content management requirement.

Type 3: Wiki Page
Default Location: Site Pages
Typical Usage Scenario: Pages that look and function like the home page.

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