Publishing Infrastructure Feature Comparison Sharepoint 2013 vs Sharepoint 2010

Publishing Infrastructure Feature Comparison Sharepoint 2013 vs Sharepoint 2010

  Publishing features in SharePoint 2010  SharePoint 2013 
1 Publishing site templates like  Publishing Site, Publishing Site with Workflow, Enterprise Wiki will be available only with Publishing sites same as 2010
2
Top link bar is replaced with the global navigation menu
same as 2010
3 Content deployment same as 2010
4
Default settings for the global navigation menu and the Quick Launch menu are specified.
same as 2010
5 Additional files and folders are added to the Master Page Gallery library same as 2010
6 Content and Structure Reports same as 2010
7 Following libraries are added (DesignManager, ReusableContent, Site Collection Documents, Site Collection Images) same as 2010
8 Additional webparts are available (Content Query Web Part, Media Web Part, Summary Links Web Part,
Table Of Contents Web Part)
same as 2010
9 Additional timer jobs get added to the site same as 2010
10 Regional settings same as 2010
11 Variations same as 2010
12 Object and Output Cashing same as 2010
13   Cross Site Publishing
14   Device Channel
15   Design Manager
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  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 4. Comment: Center numbers in first column of table

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 3. Comment: Adjust row height in table

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 2. Comment: Modify first column of table

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  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 2. Comment: Modify first column of table

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 3. Comment: Adjust row height in table

  • Richard Mueller edited Revision 4. Comment: Center numbers in first column of table

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