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You can choose any of the 3 options from below. Option 1: Replace the default PageNotFoundError.aspx in the Page Library – One of the easiest and Convenient way to replace default text in PageNotFoundError.aspx is to either edit the PageNotFoundError.aspx that resides in the Page Library or to delete it and replace it with a Custom error Page that has the ...


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Xavi's link should answer your question. Also here is PowerShell to set your page not found URL: $spsite = Get-SPSite "Web site URL" $spsite.filenotfoundurl $spsite.filenotfoundurl = "/sites/yoursite/Pages/PageNotFoundError.aspx"


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So if I understood your question, you have only a specific page where you want not to have the same styles as you have in the masterpage. If this is so, you can: 1) Create a new master page (let's say master2.master) as a copy of the current masterpage, where you delete all styles you don't want to have in the specific page. 2) In the page where you don't ...


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To use a custom primary master page in your SharePoint sites, you can: Customize a copy of the default primary master page (v4.master), or Create a new custom master page from scratch, and make it the primary master page for your site.


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Here is an explanation to achieve this: http://blog.pathtosharepoint.com/2008/09/01/using-calculated-columns-to-write-html/ or here http://www.balestra.be/2010/01/write-html-code-in-sharepoint-via-calculated-columns.html idea is to create calculated column with multiple column of rich text. Also you should add javascript into content web editor of page ...


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Try adding the dll as SafeControl entry. Steps are given below: Navigate as shown below: Under Advanced Tab, select as shown below: Fill as shown below in the Add Existing Assembly window. Note: You can place your dll in the web application's BIN folder in the server and pick like shown above.


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You can create a new Master Page (by copying any existing Master Page) and make the changes in that. Then you need to go into every Wiki page where you want to create the sidebar and change the Page attribute to inherit from that Master Page (typically by using SP designer). <%@ Page language="C#" MasterPageFile="RelativelinktoMasterPage" ...


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You can add the side bar to the master page. However the sidebar will then show on every page within that site. An other option is to add it manually to every page. This is probably too much work. Personally I think that working with custom page layouts still is a better solution. But as you already mentioned it needs the publishing feature. Or use the ...



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