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Without Pubslishing feature active you can do the following: Open up your Web Part Page in SharePoint Designer. In there you will find an HTML table similar to this one: <table class="ms-core-tableNoSpace ms-webpartPage-root" width="100%"> <tr> <td id="_invisibleIfEmpty" name="_invisibleIfEmpty" colspan="3" valign="top" width="...


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Search webparts have an option whether they query synchronously (server-side; the default) or asynchronously (client-side). Still, even if you have multiple asynchronously querying webparts, chance is that users will start complaining about too much delayed loading. Therefore, consider also applying the AD group based caching. Cf. https://support.office.com/...


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Add a jquery script that will move the existing webpart's div element to the desired location. This should looks like: $("#source").appendTo("#destination"); You can add the script in a Content Webpart or script webpart


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Navigate to the Master Page gallery of your site. As in SharePoint 2013 by default, for each Page Layout, two files – .aspx and html are Created (Like below for your reference). So you need to find out the proper files & delete them both.


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Add type (RichHtml field) columns to a custom content type - and then add that content type to the site (rather than the individual columns) - it works. Please refer this link - https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/7f66abe2-7890-479b-b38b-349d3d1937d5/publishing-html-and-richtextfield-display-html-code-not-rendering?forum=...


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This can be done using JSLink. It is used to change the look of a list view, it needs javascript expertise to write a code that will render the field to show an icon instead of a URL. There are many posts out there that teaches how to integrate JSLink in your list and can find very good examples that can be tweaked to serve you in here



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