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The quick launch (or current navigation) in out-of-the-box SharePoint 2010 lets you show two tiers, which show up as headings (tier 1) and links under those headings (tier 2). When you set the current navigation to: Display only the navigation items below the current site ...It shows each "heading" from the current site's navigation as a tier 1 ...


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You can add tooltip using the Properties HashTable. So in your case it will be MyNav.Properties["Description"] = "Nav Text"; MyNav.Update();


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You can edit the page in SharePoint Designer and then add CSS to hide the elements you want For Example, in SharePoint Online you can use below CSS to hide the Quick Launch (Left Navigation) #sideNavBox { display:none; } For targeting ID inside Div, you can use #DivID #sideNavBox


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If you are using the OTB Seatle.html master page then the sideNavBox area starts at line number 294. <div id="sideNavBox" role="navigation" class="ms-dialogHidden ms-forceWrap ms-noList"> You could place DIV with the logo inside it and play round with the placement within all the components, i.e all represent chunks of code when rendered in the ...


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I decided as follows: Added the css code on the page that did not want to display the "Recent" menu: div#zz12_V4QuickLaunchMenu ul#zz13_RootAspMenu li.static span.static span.additional-background{ display:none; }


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Add the link using the following URL format http://soutbendin2.sharepoint.com/sites/kpi/311/lists/311kpimaster/allitems.aspx Note - Please change spelling error in the URL. I typed it by looking into the image.



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