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Assuming you use SP2013 The search you do on "people" is basically a standard search with an extra filter parameter that indicates only to return people results. Create a custom content type and make the search return: people results or items with your custom contenttype. The difficulty will be mapping the properties correctly (reuse existig columns!). ...


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If you have created the scope correctly and then changed the Search Results Web part to use that scope it should only return results from the scope. I would recheck the scope and the settings on the results web part.


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I found, in the Control_SearchResults.html file, you can custom the result count.


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You can add a Content Editor WebPart and design your Title from Scratch. Click here for how to add Content Editor WebPart You can also Give a title to Search Results WebPart. For this just Edit the WebPart Under Title section give a new Title and Choose Title in Chrome type property of WebPart. For your Second Question: Their is no OOB way to achieve ...


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If you want to make style changes to an individual page on your SharePoint site and don’t want to go to the extent of making changes to master pages, existing style sheets etc. (which I don’t recommend), you can add a hidden Content Editor Web Part to the page in question and add your styles to it wrapped in a tag. You can use browser development tools ...


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You need to inspect the css classes that you like to customise using the IE Developer Tools and then add a custom style sheet to your search center. For a more end user approach you can use a tool such as stylebot that is a google chrome extension. With this tool you can pick any element of any web site and apply a custom style too. The style will first be ...


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In order to use a value from the User Profile in Search Results you have to create and map a Managed Property for the User Profile Property. Once you do that you can create a display template that will display the value in your search results. I have written a complete walk through with examples of this process here: ...


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If you want to deploy the Display Template and image assets you can also put them in a subfolder in the Master Page Catalog. I find this easier as all the design assets are contained in folders relative to the Display Template in the master page gallery.


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In your custom display template, render the email address in an Anchor tag with the mailto: protocol. <a href="mailto:person@example.com">person@example.com</a>


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You can create your assets folder under Style Library of the site collection or if you're on on-prem put it inside a folder with the _layouts "15" hive.


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Have you set up a Content Source for People? Usually this involves creating a Content Source in the Search Service Application that uses the following URL: sps3://mysitehost, where mysitehost is the URL of the My Site Host site collection.


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This is a css problem and not a search problem. You can adjust the css/styles with Firebug/Chrome/Developer Tools as Yas72 suggested. You can post the css styles in an update of your question to get further help.



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