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OneDrive is different with MySites. Unless you were referring to OneDrive for business which is the same with MySites OneDrive for Business uses a platform called SharePoint to give each member of your team a place to store and work on documents with others. Because it uses SharePoint it also provides more administration option for working with documents. ...


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In general, "My site" is a very poor term. Here are the terms that I typically use: "My Site Host" site collection. This is typically a single site collection that can allow all users to see "About Me" and allow functions such as "People Search". This site collection can exist without a single "Personal site" and without "One Drive For business libraries". ...


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Well, the best we can do is provide comparisons, and you will need to make the determination based on what you are trying to accomplish. You could obviously do a combination of both, have device channels and on the respective master pages (add responsive design principles). Comparisons Device Channels Device Management Uses the identity of ...


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Kareem, Browse to Site Settings page of the subsite and click on the "Master Page" under "Look and feel" section. Select "Specify a master page to be used by this site and all sites that inherit from it:" Select the master page from the dropdown shown in the following screen grab Let me know if you have any questions


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If you are talking about the AccessDenied.aspx page, then no. The text on the page is retrieved from resource files. Unless you physically alter the page in the 15 hive on your web front-ends - which is possible, but not recommended and they can be overwritten by CU's etc.


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It is recommended not to modify the OOB things or content. I would say to go with your custom access denied page. To do this, in SP2013 we have a bug and can achieve using HTTPModule. Please look into the following URL for more details. Custom Access Denied Page Steps to create HTTP Module Please let me know if you have any queries.


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I'd use CSS based on viewport width. That way you'd have only three CSS files to edit and you'd get a more manageable solution. The only change needed in the master page would be the following just before the closing head tag: <link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" media="only screen and (min-width: 1024px)" href="/css/desktop.css" /> <link ...


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The steps for changing the colour in SharePoint Online are: Navigate to Site Content --> Style Library --> desired language Create a new CSS file (if you already have a custom file you can append to that) Add the following CSS styles #O365_NavHeader, .o365cs-nav-rightMenus, #O365_MainLink_NavMenu Change the colour to suit your theme, note because ...


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You just need to create a new search display template. The essential steps are: Copy an existing template Rename the template file Change the look and feel as you need Copy the file back to the Display Templates library Create a result type rule for your content All of this is detailed here: ...


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The supported approach to customize My Sites is to design a Feature and then use Feature Stapling to associate that Feature with the site definition. For example, you might design a Feature that uploads and uses a custom master page for My Sites, and specifies certain Web Parts that you want available for users on their My Sites. I would go with ...


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The quick and dirty version (no external CSS file) $webApp = Get-SPWebApplication http://****:26611/ $webApp.SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml = '<div class="ms-core-brandingText"> <a class="ms-core-brandingText" style="color:white" href="/" >Wp</a></div>' $webApp.Update() Might need an !important, I'm not connected to a farm to try it ...


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You can use the !important rule of css in your custom css. if you will use the !important rule of css then the Default CSS in SharePoint 2013 won't be able to override it. For example if you have given the below CSS to your paragraph tag: p { color: red !important; } and Default CSS of SharePoint 2013 is: p { color: yellow; } Then the ...


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I solved it this way: Create a site collection feature which is responsible for deploying font/spcolor files, master page, Background Image etc. Create a web scoped Feature which sets the theme, masterpage, font and the Background image in FeatureActivated-Method. Establish a Feature dependency, so the web Feature can only be activated when the site ...


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You can use the the CSS positioning property position: fixed on the web part to keep the web part in a static position on the page. First, add the web part you're using to wherever you want it to be on the page, then find the ID of the web part using Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer developer tools, and then set the CSS property either through a ...


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You can also use the same master page on multiple device channels. You then will use CSS to control the presentation layout and optimise the user experience according to the screen resolution. If you have in a page layout a fixed image control you can use a device panel to optimise the page load. You can the use the image rendition to show different image ...


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You can use pure css using media queries. You do have to consider points per pixel(retina displays) in addition to regular pixel resolution settings (1024 x768, etc.)


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So i think, you can use "Feature Stapling / Feature Site Template Association" options. this way you can associate it to a site template. We had the same thing for our SP 2010 deployment for mysite, i am not developer so i dont know insider information. Here are good resource: Feature Stapling / Feature Site Template Association Feature/Site Template ...


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Based upon the context of this article you need to overwrite the CAMopt JavaScript method in Core.JS using the following: function CAMOpt(p,wzText,wzAct,wzISrc,wzIAlt,wzISeq,wzDesc) { var mo=CMOpt(wzText,wzAct,wzISrc,wzIAlt,wzISeq,wzDesc); if(!mo)return null; if(wzText != "Delete Item") AChld(p,mo); return mo; } I found an article ...


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The elements in positions X and Y which you are looking for are generated on the fly. You will not find the source of them in the seattle.html. Position X: Its nothing but inside the SuiteBar which lies in div with ID ms-designer-ribbon. source in seattle.html Above image clearly indicates that there is no source for what you are looking. The ...


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Currently changing the colors listed in the drop down box within one site theme is not available, both in SharePoint Online and SharePoint .ms-acal-color# { BACKGROUND-COLOR: #xxxxxx } .ms-acal-selcolor# { BACKGROUND-COLOR: #xxxxxx } .ms-acal-apanel-color# { BORDER-COLOR: #xxxxxx; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #xxxxxx; } The above 3 classes of styles ...


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Microsoft had solve this well known bug with the November 2014 CU.It's included in the Foundation Update of the November 2014 CU KB2899508. Please try updating the farm with the SharePoint Foundation Update of the November 2014 CU (KB2899508)


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A alternate solution is to use CSS instead of jQuery. To change a standard loading spinners in SharePoint 2010 you could implement css to replace the gif with a different one. The old gif will still load but will be displaced and give room for the new spinner. [src*='loadingcirclests16.gif']{ display: block; -moz-box-sizing: border-box; ...



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