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The navigation options which you have set tries to pulls the items from managed metadata term sets. Change the Global and Current Navigation settings as below to display the pages as navigation items. The folders will not be displayed as navigation items. But you can still add the folders manually and move the pages accordingly under the same navigation ...


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<style type="text/css"> #DeltaTopNavigation .ms-core-listMenu-root .ms-listMenu-editLink { Visibility:Collapse; } </style>


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There is no declarative way to make the page deployed through File element to show up in the Quick Launch. Check the attributes of File Element here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ms459213.aspx So, using the event receiver may be a right approach.


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Add this code to your FeatureActivated method of the Event Receiver: public override void FeatureActivated(SPFeatureReceiverProperties properties) { using (SPWeb web = (properties.Feature.Parent as SPWeb)) { web.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true; string headingTitle = "myNavigation"; // Navigation Title ...


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Never mind... found this in the css, have no idea how or why it's there .ms-fullscreenmode #sideNavBox was set to display:none in the corev15.css file.


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Multiple friendly url's is one of the primary uses for managed navigation. Why do you need a 301 redirect as opposed to multiple mappings? https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn194311.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 Friendly URLs are URLs that correspond to a term in the navigation term set, and that provide a shorter, more meaningful URL ...


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I don't know about stripping off the spans, but you can override the default styles by using an Alternate CSS file. You create a CSS file that targets the elements you want to style, so for targeting navigation elements you might use selectors like #DeltaTopNavigation a.ms-navedit-linkNode { /* for links in the top nav bar */ } #sideNavBox .root li { ...


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I know this post is a few months old, but I ran into this myself recently and documented the solution here: http://sharepointtaproom.com/2015/02/17/missing-searchnav-property-in-sharepoint-client-object-model/ In server-side code, you'd use the SPNavigation.SearchNav property to customize the search menu. However, the client-side object model doesn't ...


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You can make the Left Navigation styles with your custom master page : For Vertical Menu : Quick launch (Left navigation) styles in SharePoint 2013 For Horizontal Menu : Customizing SharePoint 2013 global navigation with CSS and jQuery


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Instead of using, collQuickLaunchNode.Add(ciNavicationNode); clientContext.Load(collQuickLaunchNode); use clientContext.Load(collQuickLaunchNode.Add(ciNavicationNode)) This will solve the error


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Have you tried this example for SP2013? http://support.bind.pt/entries/30265408-Setup-Mega-Menu-SharePoint-2013-and-Office-365-2013- Here's a YouTube tutorial also. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83WhLBo2g6Q



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