I assumed this because if you look at the list definition of a Pages library, located @ C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\Publishing you will see that the UNIQUE attribute is set to true.What this means is that you really can have only one of these types of list on a single site.
In itself this doesn't matter since the only extra work this creates is the model exports, it doesn't add any extra compile time since any one of the descriptors would cause the whole package to recompile.
Many of the layout pages use Content Editor Web Parts.
When a user selects an image or a link using a CEWP, the relative url that appears in the text box is replaced with an absolute url in the database (genius! Why this happens is beyond me but the end result was unacceptable. Force Relative Url Feature" Scope="Web" Solution Id="7B09E255-2BFC-43d5-86AB-3154FC60E443" Title="Ratman Force Relative Url" Version="220.127.116.11" xmlns=" Notice that the above Feature definition defines an assembly.
A conversation has also started to see if this model should be downright removed in the next application release.
Hi Corun, The Html Command Cell Prepared event handler provides the e.