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You can Hide ribbon using SPSecurityTrimmedControl based on PermissionsString like ◾FullMask. ◾EmptyMask. ◾ManagePermissions. ◾ManageSubwebs. ◾ManageWeb. ◾AddAndCustomizePages. ◾BrowseDirectories. ◾ViewPages. ◾EnumeratePermissions. ◾ManageAlerts. To hide Ribbon in SharePoint 2013 using CSS check How to hide Ribbon in SharePoint 2013 using CSS Also for ...


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For anyone interested I accomplished this using a simple css edit in the head of the page code below if anyone needs: <style type="text/css"> #contentBox {margin-left: 20px !important;} #SearchBox {display:none;} #suiteBarTop {display:none !important;} #s4-ribbonrow{display:none !important;} </style> <Sharepoint:...


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SharePoint exposes WebServices which you can use to load information to SharePoint from External Systems. Since you specifically requested for List Item Add below service can be used https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ryanrogers/2004/10/08/adding-new-list-items-using-the-lists-asmx-web-service/ You can also check the REST endpoints https://msdn.microsoft....


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Your question is not clear and hard to understand. I'm not sure you are using InfoPath in the way it was intended. InfoPath is a tool to display XML data in a visually appealing way. There is no immediate connection between InfoPath forms and Excel tables. InfoPath forms can be filled in and stored in a database or in a SharePoint library. The stored data ...


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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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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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There are a number of ways to accomplish what you're describing: If your environment allows for it, a SharePoint hosted App would be a great solution that would incorporate all the look and functionality of SharePoint while providing a shell for your content. You've referenced not using a Content Editor Web Part, but that approach would do very well given ...


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You can upload the HTML page into the Library but will not get the advantage of the SharePoint APIs. I would highly recommend to use the content Editor webpart if you can. Another thing, you have to keep in mind, once you upload the HTML page into the SharePoint then you have to change the Browser File Handling from strict to permissive in order to open ...


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If you use your own HTML then you will lose the SharePoint look and feel plus you will loose your ability to query SP API's and Context. If its a simple page that has nothing to do with SharePoint then you can just place the HTML page inside a library and it will work.


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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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Hide a control based on values on the form On the form template, click the control that you want to hide. On the Format menu, click Conditional Formatting. In the Conditional Formatting dialog box, click Add. Under If this condition is true, set the condition that you want. For example, to hide the control that you selected in step 1 only when a certain ...


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You can use some jquery. The caution is to make sure you don't break the SP UI when you make the change. #soTesting. This is working in my 2010 site now. In 2013 the doctype is set to HTML so the issue would not happen. if ($('meta[http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible]', top.document).attr('content') == 'IE=8') { $('meta[http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible"]', top....



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