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After a while I discovered that just editing (adding a space) to the master page in SharePoint Designer fixed it. I then copied the resulting saved SharePoint Designer master page back into my solution and deployed that and it worked fine. Comparing the two files, the master page that had been provided to me originally had some extra attributes in the ...


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I'll weigh in on this as others have so just restating what some others have posted and why. For years I've been using the StyleLibrary. The reasons to me are obvious and simple: The StyleLibrary document library is there, out-of-the-box and in every site (except blank sites) It let's me create one per site collection so I can use different ...


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if your branding feature applies the master page and any other resources, than at least you got that working out. the stapler has two things you need to check: feature id: this should be exactly the ID attribute you will find in the feature.xml of the branding feature. don't confuse this with the solution id which the feature belongs to site template id. ...


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you can use httpmodule to apply branding or set different master pages . PS:Master page for user profile pages, how that works?


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If this is part of a page layout, you can have a separate stylesheet for edit mode that relaxes your fixed width or removes your branding altogether to make it easier to modify web part properties. You would use an EditModePanel. I've done things like this in page layouts: <asp:Content ContentPlaceHolderID="PlaceHolderAdditionalPageHead" ...


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That is pretty much the options or manually apply it via powershell etc You are using the SharePoint 2010, you can think about the sandbox solutions using event handler named WebProvisioned. Deploying Branding Solutions for SharePoint 2010 Sites using Sandboxed Solutions Most of the objects in a site are included and supported by the template. There are a ...


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You can try this solution: Open your site in SharePoint Designer, check out and open the default masterpage in advanced mode (assume it is seattle.master). Scroll down to ending </body> tag. Add the following block of code above: <SharePoint:ScriptBlock runat="server"> if (typeof jQuery == 'undefined') { document.write('<script ...


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At the moment, you would need to use jQuery. However, the Suite Bar in SPO has changed numerous times, so be prepared to make changes in response to those changes. The ability to customize the Suite Bar has been suggested in UserVoice. I suggest you add your vote there.


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Try the following CSS, worked for me: <style> .ms-acal-rootdiv { margin-left: -8px; } .ms-acal-summary-dayrow > th { border-bottom: none; border-top: none; } </style>


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Aside from any API calls, why not just modify the master pages to include some javascript that sets a variable telling which master it is Var master="masters?asps"


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If you're on on-prem environment, you can customize the SuiteBar, there's a delegate control for the SuiteBar which you can override. For SP2013 online environment, you'd need to use jQuery to add links to it and CSS for changing color, font and styles.


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how you want to detect. there are couple of ways to check which master page is being used. if you don’t have the Publishing feature activated navigate to http://your_server.com/sites/examples/_Layouts/ChangeSiteMasterPage.aspx If you do have the Publishing feature enabled you can go to Master Page on the Site Settings page, under Look and Feel ...



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