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The sub items under QGlobal falls under Level 3. Hence to display those we should set the level property MaximumDynamicDisplayLevels to 3. Your final will look like <!--nav snippet--> <!--CS: Start Top Navigation Snippet--> <!--SPM:<%@Register Tagprefix="SharePoint" Namespace="Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls" ...


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It could possibly be that you've added a custom 'subsites' heading to the menu; then, collected the subsites under that custom heading and indented them by using the 'Move Up' or 'Move Down' arrows. If so, try to remove the indent so that the sites are flush to the left along with the heading. You'll probably see that the dropdown arrow and subsites now ...


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Yes you can import terms from a file https://support.office.com/client/Import-term-sets-168fbc86-7fce-4288-9a1f-b83fc3921c18 Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account. Go to the SharePoint admin center. Select Term Store to open the Term Store management tool. Select the taxonomy in the tree view pane on the left. On the General tab of the ...


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The navigation snippet must be sourced from Structure Navigation or from Managed Navigation. You can modify those links by opening sites Navigation Settings. Click on site settings Select Navigation Change the values


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Those people stumbling across this solution by Leeland may be interested in the slightly updated version for SharePoint 2013 below. I have also added a second if statement to distinguish between dynamic sub menus. var hoverMenuItems = document.getElementsByTagName('li'); for (x = 0; x < hoverMenuItems.length; x ++) { if ...


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You can change this behaviour using Site Navigation Settings Open Site Settings Click on Navigation Uncheck "Show pages" from Global Navigation section Click Ok


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It would be nice, if you tried to understand how this structure behaves. This is complex, try go step by step: Site collection or Root Site: Site Setting -> Navigation -> Check Structural Navigation -> Check Show Subsites -> and click button OK. Sub site of site collection(or root site): Site Setting -> Navigation -> Check Display ...


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For each SharePoint sites there is a library with name "Style Library". You can use this library to store the css style files which you are using in the site. You can create a new custom css file using any editor (or SharePoint Designer) and then upload it to the Style Library. Then you can add the reference in Master Page. If you are planning to use ...



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