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Did you try the below solution? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10205192/x-frame-options-allow-from-multiple-domains You may have to allow that specific domain in which you want to show the documents. You can set X-Frame-Options in IIS for the specific site. Click on the site in IIS. In the middle pane look for HTTP Response Headers and add an entry ...


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If you add the above css to the script editor web part, the :checked css property gets stripped out. If you reference the CSS from an external file, it will work.


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Some of these should help: SharePoint 2013 CSS Reference Chart. Heather Solomon made a more complete chart for 2010 (https://sharepointexperience.com/csschart/csschart.html), but seems to have only featured a subset for 2013: http://blog.sharepointexperience.com/2013/05/sharepoint-2013-css-classes-that-suck-and-save-the-day/


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No need to change the HTML You can target the TDs in TR (3rd row) with the CSS selector: .ms-formtable tr:nth-child(3) td { border-bottom:2px solid red; } The TR does not accept border styles


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Edit Newform as advanced mode . From the above ribbon > Insert new form > cutom list form . the list fields now shown within table add a new row > merge it > and from the Above ribbon > Check HTML Control > Add Horizontal line at the new row Don't forget to remove old WebPartPages:XsltListViewWebPart


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Is this in the navigation? It is possible to use managed metadata in order to create a drop down list. I'm using it in my current project. I created a term set in term-set management corresponding to the hierarchy of organization, set it as "use for navigation" then selected it under the navigation options in site settings. Use managed metadata then select ...


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Did you tried using the $SPUrl:~SiteCollection, you can specify a parameter which will return the current site collection <!--SPM:<SharePoint:CssRegistration name="&lt;% $SPUrl:~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Style Library/Custom.css %&gt;" runat="server" />-->


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If your site is publishing site follow the mentioned steps below: Upload the CSS file to your style library then Go to Site Settings > Look and Feel > Design Manager > Publish and Apply design > Specify the path of CSS


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Microsoft is working on all sort of changes in preparation for the new SharePoint Framework model (most likely to be released @ Ignite in september) Currently (July 12 2016) MasterPages are not applied to the New Document Library Experience and the New Site Contents Page There is no way of adding branding to these New Experience pages There is no way of ...


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If you're just looking to use some jQuery to find the anchor tag in your nav menu whose href is the same as the current url you could do something like this: var currentRelUrl = window.location.pathname; var navNode = $(".s4-ql .menu-vertical a[href$='" + currentRelUrl + "']").addClass("highlight");


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I cannot say it as an answer, but it is a workaround that worked for me. here it is: $( document ).ready(function() { $("#sideNavBox").css("height",$(".footer").position().top-$("#sideNavBox").position().top-40); });


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Try below style .ms-quicklaunch-navmgr > ul.root > li > ul.dynamic > li.dynamic > a:hover { background-color: red; }


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Upload a new css file to the “Style Library”. File should contain the following: textarea { white-space: pre-wrap !important; word-wrap: break-word !important; } Go to Site Settings – Look and Feel – Master Page Set the Alternate CSS URL to point to the new CSS file that was added to the “Style Library” Make sure to check “Reset all subsites…..” Save ...


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You will need Full Control permission level to be able to edit a MasterPage in SharePoint Designer 2010. Reference: User permissions and permission levels (SharePoint Foundation 2010)


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To hide specific WebPart's column headers #WebPartWPQ6 .ms-viewheadertr { display: none; } .... where replace WebPartWPQn with your web part ID.


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I fixed this by randomly dragging around some of the divs in the Sharepoint Editor. It's kind of broken now and won't let me add anything else to the page or make any further layout changes without all the webparts becoming corrupt, but it worked!


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You can add a table on the page and you can add the CEWP in one of the columns. You can fix the width of the column so that the CEWP is exactly below the search box. Good luck!



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