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Can you restore the default Master? Can you look in the UPA and ensure that the profile has a photo associated with it? Once you have done those two things I would then look to tools like Firebug or IE Developer Tools to figure out the issue. Start with restoring the original master.
i cant see the image :( its blocked at my work but could you inspect the element using F12 developer on IE? is the image url correct, does it display an x? make sure that the css is not the cause of the problem if for example they changed the position attribute or display attribute, you can fiddle about in f12 developer to get the image back up. im going ...
If you need real-time converting html to aspx, you can map network drive to masterpages folder, open and edit html file. Aspx file will be updated right after saving html.
You cannot do it like that. Visual Studio will not convert your HTML design files into .aspx. You can only do that conversion through SharePoint's Design Manager functionality.
The below is straight from MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ee231567(v=vs.100).aspx To sum up for your convenience: Module Name is the name of the module file in your VS project which defaults to Module1. So if you have renamed it, then make sure Module Name is renamed in the elements file too. Also note backslash "\" for Path, and ...
Check whether you have absolute url:s in your branding solution to register different assets like css files etc. This could be an issue because extended webapp have different host url.
You can apply branding to existing mysites using a provider hosted app and CSOM. Check out Vesa Juvonen's video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rht3pSe34O0) and blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vesku/archive/2013/08/23/site-provisioning-techniques-and-remote-provisioning-in-sharepoint-2013.aspx) on the subject
I have done this in 2010 so assume it is possible in 2013. In my case I used a CQWP to get the images from a library and then used jQuery to rotate through the images and set them to the background image of the containing DIV. I then used z-index to ensure my content was positioned over the top of the background image. Hope this helps.
Ok, find something interesting. It looks like there is a bug in SharePoint while converting custom HTML to masterpage. The process "forgets" to include two placeholders that seems to be necessary for the masterpage to work. I added code for insert DeltaPlaceHolderLeftNavBar and DeltaPlaceHolderPageTitleInTitleArea in my custom masterpage and it worked. The ...
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