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Using publishingPage.IncludeInCurrentNavigation you can check if a publishingPage is hidden. To get a publishingPage instance use GetPublishingPage(url).


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One approach is to edit the master page and directly hide the parts you don't like in it. Here's the steps you can follow, without SharePoint Designer: Open the master page galery from Site settings. Download the seattle.master file. Rename the local copy. Edit the file locally as needed (remove or comment the entire <div [...] id="sideNavBox"> tag ...


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On your subsite go to site settings -> Navigation And on second option "Current navigation" select the last option like in hte image below:


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The answer lays here In Current Navigation settings select Display the same navigation items as the parent site That is the opposite of what you want to do! You want it to only show items for the current site right? Then you need to switch to Display the current site, the navigation items below the current site, and the current site's siblings


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I was able to hide it using the following script ul.ms-core-listMenu-root > li:first-child > a { display: none !important; }


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I ended up contacting Microsoft and was able to get this resolved. We made a few changes so I'm not 100% sure which step fixed it but I have an idea. For starters, it's worth mentioning we used to run 2010 and we upgraded to 2013. This was the error in the event log (6801): "Exception while trying to migrate account 'CTO\JohnDoe' to 'CONTOSO\JohnDoe'. ---> ...


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That article does miss a few of the details. Here are a couple things you may be missing: The script uses 3 additional javascript libraries jQuery, Knockout and Linq.js. You'll need to download them and add references to those libraries in your masterpage. Something like this: <script type="text/javascript" src="scripts/jquery.min.js"></script> ...


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If you are looking for subsites, you could use contentclass:STS_Web. If you want to pull site collections, you could use contentclass:STS_Site. You'd also want to include Path:{Site.URL} to pull subsites from the current site. The Search Query Tool can be beneficial in helping you craft your search queries, http://sp2013searchtool.codeplex.com. It's been ...


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Might be long back you have asked this but future reference purpose, I had same issue couple of weeks back, turned out to be that I had more than 20 sub sites. To resolve change the default "Maximum number of dynamic items to show within this level of navigation:" to 30 on the site collection. This worked for me. Had same issue for me. Try this. For me this ...


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Temporary solution/quick resolution: This error will occur when you have "Title linked with edit" field selected in your view. Remove this and hopefully it should start working fine. Long term solution: This happened due to misconfiguration in the list by any custom code trying to modify this. Unfortunately there is no direct way to identify the issue and ...


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Try below REST url in your AJAX call. And let me know if its working : http://<yoursite>/_api/navigation/menustate?mapprovidername='CurrentNavigation'



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