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Hit this URL and it will show you which MP is set: http://<siteURL>/_layouts/changesitemasterpage.aspx


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Make sure that the following is inserted inside of your masterpage (inside the "ms-quickLaunch" div class, after the (/asp:ContentPlaceHolder) tag: <Sharepoint:SPNavigationManager id="QuickLaunchNavigationManager" runat="server" QuickLaunchControlId="QuickLaunchMenu" ContainedControl="QuickLaunch" ...


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once added my id is part of "Site collection administrator" then I can see from left navigation of SPD.


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After posting this I found it in the Root Site "Site Elements" List.


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I believe you are able to go into "Site Actions -> Site Settings -> Look and Feel -> Navigation" (considering the SharePoint publishing feature is activated; if it isn't you won't see "Navigation"). OR, paste this and replace it with the ".aspx" URL: /_layouts/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx. From there, at the very bottom, under "Current Navigation" you can ...


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You can't have a page without a page layout. Every page in SharePoint depends on the Page Layout which can't live without a master page. The best option you have is to copy a Page Layout close to what you're trying to accomplish and give it a unique name. Don't edit the default page layouts since they may change during a CU update or a Service Pack. Study ...


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I'm not sure if this addresses your specific problem, but this may help you work around it. Try creating a copy of the root site's master page and adding your CSS reference there. Then go to the Design Manager and publish it. Then apply that Master page to the device channels, making sure to select the check-boxes here:


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It is clearly a CSS issue. One or more of your CSS rule is overriding SharePoint styles. To track down and fix the issue Find the file which is causing this Then add one style at a time and see which style is causing this. For example, instead of applying style to all elements (say div) try to target the particular div using Id etc.


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I'm pretty sure the culprit is in your custom changes to the master page somewhere. (Hopefully you backed up Seattle before changing it...) I would suggest using your browser's developer tools (Ctrl+Shift+i for FireFox/Chrome or F12 for IE) to inspect the "bad" elements and look at where they are inheriting their styles from. It's likely that your custom ...


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Under Customizations - Top Navigation (AspMenu) Under Important - Set StaticDisplayLevels = 2 Under Behavior - Set MaximumDynamicDisplayLevels = 3


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The Design Manager is not available in MySites I don't think. It's this feature that does the stuff with html/master mashups.



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