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The reason is that the page has an attached page layout which it depends upon. Either you edit the page layout (and effect all other pages relying on this page layout) OR you detach the page from the page layout. If your going to the second option, for valid reasons, right-click the page you want to edit and select the Detach from Page Layout option: ...


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Try to add into your MasterPage, in the end of the HEAD section, this block: <script type="text/javascript">RegisterSod("clienttemplates.js", "/_layouts/15/clienttemplates.js");</script> This will register SOD name clienttemplates.js on your page. Then, in the BODY, try code suggested by Submits: <script type="text/javascript"> SP....


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You should distinguish between two permission levels Editors should edit the document then send it for approval Publisher should review and publish the document and should be added to approval Group. You can also create your custom Permission level that match your requirements


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Ok, the answer is that that is the site description. I was using "Blank Web Part Page" as the page template to create my pages from, but "Blank Web Part Page" is classified as a "Welcome" page. Being a "Welcome" page, it makes sense that no matter what you title the page, it would show the description of the site. (So really what I needed to do was use ...



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