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Most of what you see in the browser or in SharePoint designer is not stored in the file structure on the SharePoint server. Rather, it is actually content, which is stored in the SharePoint content database(s). The content dbs are kept in SQL. For ease of understanding, the data stored in SQL is translated into a hierarchical tree structure when represented ...


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Well, since version 2013, SharePoint has implemented a new feature called the Design Manager to make it easier for people who have no experience with SharePoint to implement their own custom styles. You enable the Design Manager by enable the publishing feature. To enable the design manager follow the next steps: Click on the gear icon in the top right ...


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Try including the inline CSS to the body of the email. Use the max-width property for images inside the body's div. For ex. if you blog post body's div has a class 'ms-BlogPost' add css as: <style type='text/css'> div.ms-BlogPost img {max-width: 600px; } </style>


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Please use Managed Metadata for this, it's made exactly for this very reason. Go to "Term Store Management" under "Site Administration" Create a "New Group" by clicking on the arrow right next to root icon you see in the left pane of the center panel you see in front of you. If you are unable to find this option, give yourself or ask the SharePoint ...


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The preferred approach would be to change them in the Page Layout, create a new solution package and deploy that to the farm. This avoids unghosting of the page layout file. Or if you are clear about the consequences of unghosting you can go to the Master Page Gallery (http://sitecollectionroot/_catalogs/masterpage) and edit the Page Layout with SharePoint ...


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It will depend upon how your master page is structured. A neat way would be add a new div wrapper inside #s4-workspace and add the CSS for the wrapper class. Include the css/reference from the master page: /* For Fixed Width */ div.wrapper { margin: 0 auto; width: 1000px; } /* For Fluid Width */ div.wrapper { margin: auto 5% !important; ...


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No, this is exactly what the masterpage is designed for. You're going about it the completely wrong way though. These are CSS customizations. Add the following somewhere in the header: <style> #s4-workspace{ width:1024px; margin:auto; } </style> Modify accordingly Also, go through a CSS tutorial to explain to you the basics: ...


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Ahh ha I found out the answer. The path src="/_layouts/15/images/icxlsx.png" point to the host web path of https://yoursite.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/images/icxlsx.png If you wish to access a sitecollection Style Library then you will need to add that onto the url such as /Sites/Style library/ ... or what ever you have named your site ...


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fuandon, The approval check-box is a field on the form library. The workflow process looks like: Requestor submits request form. Manager receives a task notification via email to approve the form, which is a custom task process from Sharepoint Designer. The manager goes to the request form, and checks the approve check-box field. But then they also need ...



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