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You can easily do this using CSOM: Visit this link it will definitely help you Hiding browse and page tab from SharePoint 2013 for specific users


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Why use JavaScript at all? span.o365cs-nav-brandingText::after { content: " - Company Name"; } On some of my Tenants this looks like: There are 2 SPANs with the same class You can hide them with: span.o365cs-nav-brandingText { color: transparent; } Then overlay the two ::after elements on top of each other: span.o365cs-nav-...


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Put in this CSS .o365cs-nav-appTitle > span{ transition:opacity 0.7s; opacity: 0; } and change your JS to jQuery( document ).ready(function() { var $title = jQuery(".o365cs-nav-appTitle > span"); $title.text("My Company Name"); $tile.css('opacity', 1); }); You see - every page has a Lifecycle. Right now you attach to the ready ...


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Hardik's answer only works if you have the Publishing features activated (at the Site and Web levels). If you do have the Publishing features activated, using the Alternate CSS setting is probably the easiest and most straightforward way of applying custom styles to a specific (sub)site. However, if you don't have the Publishing features activated, you ...


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To apply customized style sheet to your site's subsite: In the browser, open the SharePoint site in which the existing customized style sheet resides. On the Site Actions menu, Click Site Settings On the Site Settings page, under Look and Feel, click Master page. On the Site Master Page Settings page, in the Alternate CSS URL section, click Specify a CSS ...


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For complete control create a customised Masterpage with page layouts. Use the bootstrap framework and edit your css to use media query breakpoints. This is a custom masterpage, page layout solution i built (the video quality isn't great) https://youtu.be/UuaLCjy882o


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If you are aware of composed looks you can try with design manager and develop your own look and feel. However if you are not familiar with that, Createa minimal master page either by copying the Seattle or by design manager HTML method You can use SharePoint Drive connect method or SharePoint designer, No need to develop wsp, Drop all the files in site ...


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Device channels might be your loyal friend. With this tool, you could assign css files to a specified type of device. Here is a link


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I would customize a template (pick one as per your requirement) and then deploy the template in the farm. Then whenever I create a new site collection, I will use that custom template. But it is upto your environment.


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In SharePoint 16, they give more PowerShell control for top suit's bar, I.e changing the logo, text etc You can follow below URL for SharePoint 2016 SharePoint 2016 How to Change SuitBar’s Text PowerShell Concept of Office 365 You can hide controls from top suit bar whatever you need. You can follow the instructions mentioned in below URL to hide the ...


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In sharepoint 16, they give more powershell control for top suit's bar, I.e changing the logo, text etc If that is what you looking for then check this http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/34202.sharepoint-2016-how-to-change-suitbars-text-powershell.aspx



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