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When you create you're the second site collection in your fresh Web Application, it typically comes with additional sites in the URL. It doesn't affect the user unless she wants to type the URL directly. The reason for this as that we use a managed path of wildcard inclusion. With wildcard inclusion, you are able to have as many site collections you want ...


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Go to Library for which you created views. Copy the url for different views you created. If not aware how to capture url below image will help you You can select different views from dropdown and capture urls. Then you can add them in nevigation as below:


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Have you tried adding links using Navigation link in Site Settings -> Navigation under Look and Feel Section


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Yes, it is possible to get it. You can use REST calls to get the required information. The following code shall help you: I have created respective arraylists to store the subsite, document library and folder information. Once the information is collected in the arraylists we can display it as per out requirement. Get subsites: $.ajax({ url: siteUrl + ...


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Looks like I spoke a moment too soon. I feel a bit sheepish but I had been searching for a couple hours with no luck! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27124620/sharepoint2013-site-csom-update-navigation-settings var publishingWeb = PublishingWeb.GetPublishingWeb(this.CC, subWeb); // WebNavigationSettings var ...


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Keerthi's answer will work great if you want to place your JavaScript on one page. If you want to add it to a specific page layout, I would do it a little different. Editing the actual page layout or creating a new custom one would be best so you don't have to add your script to every page. To do this you will have to use SharePoint Designer. In ...


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You can add a javascript file using the content web part. Edit page -> Add web part -> Media and content -> Content editor -> Add Edit the source of the web part and add the following code into it: ‚Äč<script src="/sites/subsite/list/SiteAssets/file.js" type="text/javascript"></script><script ...


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SPNavigation object has a property named SearchNav. This propery is a SPNavigationNodeCollection. A SPNavigationNodeCollection object contains a Add method with two parameters. Syntax looks like this : public SPNavigationNode Add( SPNavigationNode node, SPNavigationNode previousNode ) The node parameter: The node object (SPNavigationNode) to ...



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