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Pages will always inherit the master page from the parent site, if you set a master page with a side bar in the top site all the sub pages will have the menu. You can remove it page by page using a javascript, you just need to add a content editor webpart to the pages where you don't want the vertical menu and add the script inside of it. For the settle ...


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Dirty way of doing it but, create and add a user control to all pages, in user control's on load method, check if web has any pages in pages library or other possible ways, if it does then change the master page url for the web. Get count of publishing Pages SharePoint: Dynamically Change Master Page OR if i didn't understood you properly then, Using a ...


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Its is CSS issue, You should be missing a CSS reference ... Use Chrome or firebug to find the CSS file that is used for the Calendar control and try including it ..


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Try adding all the MasterPage properties to your Module, i.e: <Module Name="MasterPageModule" List="116" Path="MasterPageModule" RootWebOnly="True" Url="_catalogs/masterpage"> <File Path="Custom.master" Url="Custom.master" Type="GhostableInLibrary"> <Property Name="ContentTypeId" ...


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You should use an ASP:ContentPlaceHolder control, not a div: Something like <asp:ContentPlaceHolder runat="server" id="ContentPlaceHolderMain"></asp:ContentPlaceHolder> (I'm on my phone so the syntax might not be 100%...)


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One solution is to turn off the MDS feature. But check this link for other solution



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