The Minimal Download Strategy (MDS) is a feature that improves page rendering performance. It is available in SharePoint 2013.

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SharePoint security trimming control on masterpage doesnot hide the div completely for subsites if MDS is turned ON

We are using SharePoint security trimmed control. This control surrounds the '<div id="s4-ribbonrow">' Only users with 'edit items' permissions are able to see the ribbon. However, suppose a ...
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How to turn off MDS on all site collections and sites?

We have got a web application with 400 site collections and multiple sites, is there a way to turn off the MDS feature for entire web application?
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What are the implications of turning the MDS off

What are the implications of turning the MDS off. Reference: http://www.wictorwilen.se/the-correct-way-to-execute-javascript-functions-in-sharepoint-2013-mds-enabled-sites
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Why Are Publishing Pages Not MdsCompliant?

In SP 2013 the publishing architecture is not compatible with the Minimal Download Strategy. As far as I can tell this is because the Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.dll assembly is not signed with ...
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Is It Possible to Remove AjaxDelta from an SP 2013 Master Page?

Seeing as how the Minimal Download Strategy of SP 2013 is not compatible with the publishing architecture, in a custom master page for a publishing site is it possible to remove the AjaxDelta wrappers ...
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How to make a UserControl Minimal Download Strategy Compliant

I have a feature which specifies a custom user control to be added to the AdditionalPageHead delegate control as such: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Elements ...
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Modal Dialogs and Minimal Download Strategy

I am having the following issue in SharePoint 2013 Online (Office 365 Preview): when I try to display in a modal dialog a page that relies on MDS (Minimal Download Strategy), the dialog opens but then ...