Showing posts with label Sharepoint Branding. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sharepoint Branding. Show all posts

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Save site as template in SharePoint Online or Sharepoint Site

To Save the site as a template you can follow this steps.
  1. Open your the site with SharePoint Designer
  2. In the ribbon go to Site Options
  3. Locate the option SaveSiteAsTemplateEnabled and modify the value to true
  4. Since the site template is disabled in the Publishing sites the option Save Site as Template is not available in the Site Settings you will need to navigate to the page directly: Provide all the details and click OK after a couple of minutes you will have the WSP site template generated
Note: If you have apps downloaded from the store they could prevent you to save the site as a template if you are facing this scenario you will need to uninstall the apps first.
Create a site based on the template will require a similar environment this means that you will need to have the same features installed and activated in the site collection where you want to install the template.
In this article you can find more information about how to activate the features. Save Publishing Site as template
If you have custom page layouts applied to your site site you might loose the access to the pages with them applied after creating the site based on the template.
If you face this issue you can follow this article to fix it Fix publishing pages with custom page layouts created from template

Friday, April 21, 2017

SharePoint 2013 Foundation – Hide Recent from Left Navigation

The "Recent" section in the left navigation of SharePoint 2013 Foundation is incredibly annoying.  In my opinion, it’s something that should be off by default, but we should have a way to enable it as desired through the user interface.  Unfortunately, it’s on by default and if we want to turn it off, we can’t.  It’s not possible.

Hide “Recent” section on one page

1.       Edit the page
2.       Add a Content Editor Web Part to the page
3.       Paste this code into the Content Editor Web Part, making any changes you need to.
script type="text/javascript">
 $(document).ready(function() {
  $("#sideNavBox .ms-core-listMenu-item:contains(‘Recent’)").parent().hide();
4.       Save/Check In/Publish the page and you’re done.

Hide “Recent” section on all pages

This assumes that all pages in your site collection are referencing the same master page.  Of course if you have multiple master pages and site collections, you’ll need to do this for each master page being used within each site collection.
1.       Edit the master page of your site in SharePoint Designer 2013 (other methods work fine as well).
2.       Add a reference to jQuery in the HTML section of your master page.
3.       Add the jQuery script to hide the “Recent” section within the “PlaceHolderAdditionalPageHead” content placeholder.
      script type="text/javascript">
 $(document).ready(function() {
  $("#sideNavBox .ms-core-listMenu-item:contains(‘Recent’)").parent().hide();
4.       Save/Check In/Publish the master pages and you’re done.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Enable Breadcrumb in the sharepoint 2013

Enable Bread crumb traditional link in the master page

Edit your sharepoint master page and apply the below code as per in the screen shot.