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Nothing worked for me except this solution here: How to: resolve ‘Server Error: This file may not be moved, deleted … ‘ when working with SharePoint master page In case link is broken, below is the answer: SharePoint 2013 has an *.HTML file associated with each *.master and you’re really supposed to edit the *.HTML file and not touch the *.master. ...


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well seems I found a solution. I messed up with namespaces and inheritance when I was creating custom pages for my content type. I just added something like that: <%@ Page language="C#" MasterPageFile="~masterurl/default.master" ...


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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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I'm using SP15ModalDialog.js to show a poll in a dialog. Maybe this will help you a little bit. https://alinimer.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/open-pages-and-forms-in-modal-dialog-for-sharepoint-2013/ I uploaded the .js in my StyleLibrary and in my page layout I added into the PlaceHolderMain something like that: <script type="text/javascript" src="/Style ...


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Knowing how difficult it is, navigating in SharePoint,we aimed to come-up with a solution too. Finally after months of efforts this weekend we have released FlyView that not only solves the breadcrumb issue but also offers a bunch of other helpful features too, to navigate SharePoint sites without involving a lot of page loads and 'working on it..' displays. ...


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If you did create it as a content editor web part, then you should be able to export it. Once exported, It can be uploaded to the web part gallery and then used in many places.


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Open below link in primary WFE server C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\1033\STYLES\Themable\COREV15.CSS Add below style at the end and save #suiteLinksBox {display:none}


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Not sure if it is what you need. But when I'm developing my master and other html templates in _catalogs/masterpage I also place assets there or in style library or site assets folders. And I simply disable everything in Document Library Versioning Settings so I don't need to publish everything or check it out to edit. It is possible to enable those setting ...


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Have you tried placing the files in Sharepoint Hive Else you have to publish the files by writing the Console Application (or) PowerShell script. Ref Here link for Approving using PowerShell



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