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There are two views to each web part page, the shared or public view, and the personal view. If you go to the Welcome menu and select "Personalize this page" you will see this message: You are editing the Personal Version of this page If you go back to the Welcome menu and select "Show Shared View" then you can add the text on the ...


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Another option could be a content query web part. You can configure the web part to get documents from your library and apply condition to show recently modified documents. You can point web part to a document library in parent site or even in sub site. This web part is also OOTB web part.


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Navigate to one of your subsite's Site Settings and then, under Look and Feel, select Page Layouts and Site Templates. On this screen you can specify that your site only allows a handful of layouts. Simply click the "Pages in this site can only use the following layouts" radio button and then add the layouts you want to be available on that specific ...


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I was facing the exact same issue and resolved it by setting ReplaceContent="true" in the element.xml file of the module as below <File Path="MasterPageModule\MyMasterPage.master" Url="MyMasterPage.master" Type="GhostableInLibrary" ReplaceContent="TRUE" Level="Published"/> Also you can get it here ...


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Some Jquery might help you out here...Try this link...let us know if it works http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12092735/refresh-scroll-to-bottom


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The URL changes when user clicks on the folder. It means the page always refresh after clicking on the folder in Document Library. It is the default behavior of SharePoint.


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As far as editing page layouts in 2013, it's the other way around. With Design Manager you create the HTML page layouts and utilize the code snippets available there, SharePoint will then take those and create the ASPX pages. You edit the HTML not the ASPX pages. In fact - there should be a comment in the file telling you not to modify it, if it was ...


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If you are trying to change the page layout for pre-created SharePoint default page than you will not get it (If you are changing the page layout of the page which are created before activating feature than it will not work.). The issue is that the feature is not enabled that allows the layouts. To fix the issue go to Site Actions -> Site Settings in the ...


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The _layouts directory doesn't store page layouts, they need to be provisioned to the master page gallery. The best option in your case would be to write Feature A with a module that would provision your page layout to the master page gallery and then you can write your Feature B with Feature dependency as Fran suggested in his answer. Alternatively in ...


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The page layouts need to reside in the master page gallery (under _catalogs/masterpage). You could create a feature with a module to deploy them there, and then make your features A and B be dependent on this one via feature dependency


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Wrong control! Change it to: <SharePointWebControls:DateTimeField FieldName="Modified" runat="server" /> Be careful when working with date & time in SharePoint


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<style type="text/css"> .ms-webpartPage-root { border-spacing: 0px !important; } .ms-webpartzone-cell { margin: 0px !important; } </style> See more at: http://www.ashokraja.me/tips/How-To-Remove-Extra-Space-Around-the-Web-Part-In-SharePoint-2013#sthash.4JCrsVli.dpuf


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I know its very late to answer, but SharePoint foundation does not provide the publishing feature and hence we cannot create our custom page layouts. But still you can use a WebPart page and customize it from SharePoint designer to look somehow similar to your custom page layout.



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