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The default.aspx page is a web part page. You can change the layout of a layout page and not the webpart page. If you requirement is to set a layout page as the home page of site, then you can use following code sample: using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://YourSite")) { using(SPWeb web = web = site.OpenWeb("SubWeb")) { SPFolder rootfolder ...


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The answer to this question is: No, it is not possible to create another library with the same functionality as Pages on a publishing site.


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Web Part Pages and Wiki pages can be stored in any document library as long as the appropriate content type has been added to the library via its settings. However, the library actually named "Pages" is created & maintained by the Publishing feature. Attempting to rename or delete it will probably not work and/or cause problems. If you want to create ...


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It seems your using custom CSS in your site, which is why you have a weird behavior, use developer tools in your browser and track what custom css might be causing it. Try to remove snippets of your custom CSS and see what was making it behave that way. You might not know it by now, but your CSS might be breaking other areas in the site you haven't seen yet. ...


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You can download and upload the files from/to the gallery. URL: http://www.yoursharepoint.com/_catalogs/masterpage or with SharePoint Designer


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We had a similar question, but we were restricted from modifying any sitewide files. The administrator would not permit changes to the master page. Workaround: the REST API for Sharepoint 2013 lets you pull any metadata from any list or library. A few lines of JavaScript pulled in the Modified Date and the name/userid of the user. var relativePageURL = ...



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