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You can add the attribute ToolbarTemplate="None" in the View element <View BaseViewID="1" ... ToolbarTemplate="None" ...


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These feature are, as best I can recall linked to the the User Profile Service Application and the MySites. There is another thread within Stack Exchange that may be a good place to start. How to get Social Features working on my site?


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as far as your error is concern, you must be missing assembly reference of Microsoft.Web.CommandUI. for hiding button, you can try the following code. This will hide library tool tab from your document library public void HideRibbonButton() { //if this is a System.Web.UI.Page SPRibbon ribbon = SPRibbon.GetCurrent(this); ...


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Here's a link that helped me out when I needed to find out what javascript function is bound to each ribbon button. Basically, the steps you have to follow are (applies to sp2010, the might be slight differences in sp2013): Find the id attribute of the ribbon button. eg. Ribbon.EditingTools.CPEditTab.Markup.Html.Menu.Html.EditSource-Menu16. Next go to 14 ...


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All you need to to is to pass some query strings to the aspx page without any JS call. As like in wiki this goes like this. <a href="/demo/wiki/Seiten/home.aspx?ControlMode=Edit&DisplayMode=Design">Edit this page</a> This works for every page and not only for wiki page. The valid control mode values can be found on the MSDN as the values for ...


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I had similar issue .Please try adding the site to Compatibility View in IE , this might fix your issue.



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