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How about something like this #s4-titlerow { margin-top: 0px; height: 50px; background-color: #DBDCDE; padding-top: 19px; padding-bottom: 28px; position: fixed; width: 100%; margin-bottom: 0px; z-index: 1; top:65px; } #s4-workspace { margin-top: 97px; }


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I assume you are using the CSS to just customize the branding of the left navigation. If so, you will be able to apply it for all application pages by simply adding the custom CSS to the current masterpage for those pages and making sure you are overriding the sharepoint left menu navigation control styles through your custom CSS. Here are some good ...


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Structural navigation is tightly coupled with the content and therefore it is hard to create friendly URLs. However, managed metadata navigation addresses this issue by providing central way to manage navigation, irrespective of location of content, which makes it easy to create friendly URLs. The only con, navigation will be managed by term store. You can ...


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If you have a page, "page1.aspx" in the pages library, it can be accessed via: http://site/pages/page1.aspx. But, perhaps you would rather be able to access it via: http://site/page1 The above would require some sort of routing table. This routing table could have been implemented in a variety of ways, but they happened to decide to use a term set for ...


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John, All of the examples I've found online tell you to use the Managed Navigation approach. I found a video tutorial and step-by-step instructions that are quite similar. Managed Metadata Navigation in SharePoint 2013 SharePoint 2013 – Navigation using Managed Metadata (Term Store)


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go into site settings, navigation and make changes there.


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I came up with the following solution for my case. It leverages a list and the JSOM to render a Global navigation within the Suite Links bar. I'm not sure if this is the best way from a performance standpoint, but it is a strategy that allows simple maintenance of the menu items once developed. You also have the option of using a SharePoint list with a ...


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I created a custom Global navigation solution using a SharePoint list and the JSOM. In my list, I use a list name Global Navigation Menu with 5 columns: Title, URL, DisplayOrder, IsActive, and ParentLink. Then, in code, inject it into the Suite Links bar across the top. I edit the master page and create a div with the id "GlobalNav" to simplify targeting ...


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This option is available if you have Publishing enabled on your site, and does not require any JavaScript. Go to Site Settings, find the Navigation link under Look and Feel. Select one of the Structural Navigation options (or if the parent is using Structural Navigation, you can select to use the same as parent). Towards the bottom will be a section ...


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If you study the html rendered of the menu, its noticed that menu is rendered in ul li structure. And the black arrow is nothing but the background image given to a span. Screen shot of the rendered html Below class is used (rare chances but may vary based on which updates are applied or different versions like standard, enterprise extra.) ...


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This is the Minimal Download Strategy feature. Simply go to Site Settings, Manage site features, and deactive Minimal Download Strategy and you'll get normal URLs again.


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A PM in my company expressed that a client’s subsites (that were based on the team site template) were not respecting the navigation setting (the structured navigation tool) to open links in a new window. All the setting does is add a target=”_blank” to the link. Here is what the setting looks like (from Site Settings – Navigation): From what I can tell, ...


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With CSOM same can be coded like below code snippet. NavigationNodeCreationInformation node = new NavigationNodeCreationInformation(); node.Title = "My Node"; node.Url = "pages/default.aspx"; NavigationNode quickLauchNode = clientContext.Web.Navigation.QuickLaunch.Add(node); ...



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