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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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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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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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Eric Overfields article Hide the SharePoint Online Ribbon for Anonymous Users explains the topic very well (it works the same way for on-premise): The often quoted, yet incorrect, solution for hiding the SharePoint ribbon for anonymous users is to encapsulate the entire suite bar / ribbon with the SPSecurityTrimmedControl with AuthenticationRestrictions ...


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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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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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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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