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The masterpage for the public website already comes with a search box, which you should reuse on your own masterpage. If I search for content using the existing masterpage or my own (based on the out-of-the-box one) I get the expected search result including not only documents and list item, but also pages. Start by copying the masterpage on your public ...


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make sure the "Web Client" service is running on your windows 7 system


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This is usually not an error but a result of an improperly configured search engine. The "Search Engine Sitemap" feature solely relies on your internal search engine to generate the sitemap.


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After checking console in browser I realised the issue was coming from a javascript error. A defined jquery function was not being recognised. For anyone interested, this was due to two different jquery versions being included at different stages in the one document. For some reason though, Sharepoint didn't see this as a problem for logged-in users.


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From comments: That means jQuery.fn.tab is undefined, which means the jQuery version you are working on does not have Bootstrap tabs appended to it. This could be the result of many things, such as not including the bootstrap script, or order of scripts, or having several versions of jQuery on the same page. There are several ways to get around this, such ...


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You need to check if the JavaScript files are checked-in and published, anonymous users can't see checked-out or unpublished files. Also make sure the library has anonymous access where the files are kept.


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Office 365 gives you one site where you can enable anonymous access, the Public site. It is not possible to activate anonymous access on other sites.



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