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For SharePoint 2013 there is a property Refinement Target: Configure properties of the Refinement Web Part. I've never made search in SharePoint 2013 but I think it's the same as on SharePoint 2010 query id. In the Web Part tool pane, in the Refinement Target section, select the Web Part from which to filter search results. By default, the Search ...


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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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first you need to edit one of your refinement web parts.Change web part query. Allow this Web Part and other Web Parts with the same query ID to display results from the same query. Under Results Query Options, in the Cross-Web Part query ID box, select User query. All other selections do not give results. You need to make your refinement panels ...



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