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display:block is what I needed. .fullPageLayout{margin:0 auto; width:70%; display:block;}


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display:block is what I needed. .fullPageLayout{margin:0 auto; width:70%; display:block;}


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You can make it important as .fullPageLayout,.ms-blog-MainArea { width:100% !important; max-width:74em !important; } Best practice is to load you custom css after corev15.css


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Add the following snippet: <WebPartPages:WebPartZone runat="server" Title="TestZone1" ID="TestZone1"> <ZoneTemplate></ZoneTemplate> </WebPartPages:WebPartZone> It works.


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I think you should change your approach. Create webpart zone in the place of Search WebParts. Then while creating the page choose this new layout. Then edit page and add the Search WebParts. If you have made customizations to the Search WebPart which you want to reuse, then "Export" the webpart and then upload it to the webpart gallery as a new webpart. ...


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The reason this is happening is because in your page layout you are specifying a text field (SharePointWebControls:FieldValue) where you really want to display using a HTML field. try using the following instead. <PageFieldNoteField:NoteField FieldName="68f3c200-fee2-413d-9be2-2b23817ad133" runat="server"> Note field seems strange but its the ...


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SharePoint 2013 In 2013 you can use design manager for generating web-part zone snippet. To insert a Web Part zone snippet Browse to your publishing site. In the upper-right corner of the page, choose the Settings gear, and then choose Design Manager. In Design Manager, in the left navigation pane, choose Edit Page Layouts. Select the name of the page ...



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