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I had this problem in the past (about a year ago, was for SharePoint 2010) the only way that I was able to work around this was to use the InfoPath filler client instead of browser based forms. This probably isn't what you are looking for. Some of the other suggestions you'll probably get are to use JavaScript to get your form back to the top (or that it ...


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for SP 2013, just do ul.dynamic{z-index: 100 !important;} It works amazingly.


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Go to site settings -> Navigation. And under the "Global Navigation" option, please check the number of "Maximum number of dynamic items to show within this level of navigation:" Try to increase it, maybe this helps. In the past i had some issue, and it was here.


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I had this problem with default Department term set in People group. I was unable to update it because the term set Owner was not set. And since this field is on the different tab I didn't see the validation message.


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There is default SharePoint CSS class available that you can use. ms-dialogHidden is the class when you don't want particular div or any element to appear on the dialog. So simply specify extra class to the navigation div ms-dialogHidden.


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You should be able to add the links in a security trimmed control in your masterpage and hide contents based on a users permission. <Sharepoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl runat=”server” Permissions=”DeleteListItems”> Only users with DeleteListItems permissions will be able to see this content. </SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl> Security ...


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I used the following CSS code to hide it: .ms-breadcrumb-top ul.ms-core-listMenu-root>li.static>a.static.menu-item{ display:none; } You can add the above to the alternate CSS file for the site collection. Hope this can help.


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There is not straight forward way of doing this Create a new page and use JavaScript to hide unwanted elements Edit page and add your required web parts - Document Library Break Permission Inheritance on that page and provide uniquer permission to the users in question


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The menu pulled either by Managed Navigation or structured, more or less has same implementation of css classes by SharePoint. It is very much possible to customize the mega menu according to our own needs provided we know nuts and bolts of SharePoint's rendered html. jQuery and css are the 2 ingredients we need to stew our mega menu :) I can divide this ...


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Consider going out of the box with Managed Navigation. This will allow you to have flyouts and I believe up to 3 levels deep (and more levels may be a bad user experience). Using cross site publishing, you can also have the navigation cross site collections: https://www.captechconsulting.com/blogs/sharepoint-2013-managed-navigation


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This seems similar to this other question. By looking at your styles, I would say that you have an SP2010 site and the styles are matching properly. The possible caveats are: a) you will have to add the CEWP on each page b) your css file may not fully checked in and/or published so that all users can see it (or the page itself) c) if you have anything ...



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