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Here are few more interesting links to get you as much information about the problem as possible: SP 2010: Sharepoint 2010: How to add menu items at 3 or more level in quick launch -part 2 3 level navigation in Sharepoint 2010 3rd Level Navigation (Sharepoint 2010) SP 2013: SharePoint 2013 top link bar extended dropdown 3rd Level SharePoint SharePoint ...


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Unfortunately you cannot create a heading under another heading or a link under another link in SharePoint. What you can do is create your own sitemap file with the hierarchy you'd like and then add it into your _app_bin folder on your web front end servers. You will also need to edit your web.config files and add a reference to your custom sitemap. Find ...


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You can do it using the coding and change the CSS. For sharepoint 2013 http://www.ashokraja.me/post/Create-a-Multilevel-Hierarchical-Menu-in-SharePoint-2013-with-SuiteBar-Branding-Delegate-Control.aspx For SharePoint 2010: http://answers.flyppdevportal.com/categories/sharepoint2010/sharepoint2010general.aspx?ID=f224e1af-613c-46ad-9863-997c10fdf926 ...


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I dont think so you can do this without any kind of development. But I saw this free tool from Codeplex which will find and replace the hardcoded urls. SharePoint Search and Replace replaces hardcoded strings in SharePoint lists, document libraries, web part properties and text-based documents. SharePoint Find and Replace Also check this blog, he ...


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For site collections to have the navigation from the root site collection set $spWebNavigation.UseShared = $true as shown below : # get the site collection $spSite = Get-SPOSite -Identity "http://sitecollection" # loop through all the webs in the site collection foreach ($spWeb in $spSite.AllWebs) { # check if root web as this one doesn't ...


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To set link in Top navigation bar follow these steps: 1) Click on Settings - Site Settings. 2) Under Look and Feel, click on Top link bar 3) Click on New Navigation Link 4) Type in the Web address to which you want the new link to point, type the description of the link and then click on OK.


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Navigate to your site's Site Settings->Navigation (/_layouts/15/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx). Your top navigation can be configured here as the Global Navigation. Assuming your site is the root of your site collection, select the Global Navigation as Structural Navigation: Display the navigation items below the current site. Below appears the configuration ...



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