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suiteBarTop is the ID of the top blue bar in SP 2013. #suiteBarTop { display: none; }


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#ms-designer-ribbon { display: none; }


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Please follow the following approach. Create a Sandbox solution rather then creating the SharePoint App Deploy your solution to your SharePoint Online Solution Gallery Activate your solution Activate the feature of your newly activated solution I know this is not the ultimate solution but this solution worked at my end. Let me know whether it helped you ...


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You missed EnabledScript in your XML definition. It should look like this: <CommandUIHandlers> <CommandUIHandler Command="ShowHelloWorldCommand" CommandAction="javascript:alert('Hello World');" EnabledScript="javascript:return true;" /> </CommandUIHandlers> If that doesn't help try setting the scope of your feature to Web ...


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How about following this solution on adding a button on ribbon : http://www.abelsolutions.com/totm/creating-a-custom-action-in-2-steps-with-sharepoint-designer/


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Have you try to use : HideCustomAction ?? With this, you can hide specific custom (the custom and OOTB CustomAction).


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You can try this: add another Custom Action with a Location set to where you want to hide it - for example attach it to list with a specific content type, or to a list based on a custom template (there are many different locations, just Google around): <CustomAction Id="RemoveRibbonButton" Location="CommandUI.Ribbon" ...


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It seems Microsoft has fixed it. We can now use the Page Elements again on the styling. Hope everything is okay with others.


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Please have a look at the three part series on how to customize Top Navigation: Customizing SharePoint 2010 global navigation with Css and jQuery – Part 1 Here is another great series on how to brand SharePoint 2010: Brand SharePoint: Global Navigation – The Journey Begins (Part 3) For the header like title and icon, you can create your own HTML instead ...


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Create that Button in the Master Page and use javascript/jquery to hide it for pages whose current page URL do not contain "/Lists" or "/Forms". In this way you can have your button for only lists and libraries.


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If you are trying to change the page layout for pre-created SharePoint default page than you will not get it (If you are changing the page layout of the page which are created before activating feature than it will not work.). The issue is that the feature is not enabled that allows the layouts. To fix the issue go to Site Actions -> Site Settings in the ...


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TL;DR The best way to remove a tab is to write and deploy a custom action. This can be done quite easily both in JavaScript and PowerShell. If for some reason you don't want a custom action (e.g. you want to remove the LIST tab for only one of the list views), you can still remove a tab after the page has loaded using JavaScript, but this usually makes up ...


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Do your affected sites have custom css? Is first release enabled for the tenant? Looks like related to https://community.office365.com/en-us/b/news_hub/archive/2016/02/24/updated-feature-sharepoint-online-theming-for-first-release-customers-only



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