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SPSite.Rename should work to change the URL of a hostname site collection as long as you have the right managed paths set. For path-based site collections, you need to use backup and restore commands to change the URL. I would do the backup then do a restore to a different (temp) content database. That way you don't have to delete the other site ...


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_layouts was for 2010. So it's perfectly fine to replace it with _layouts/15 because of a new virtual folder called 15 in the layouts folder in 2013. Some googling got me this : http://yalla.itgroove.net/2013/02/07/sharepoint-2013-_layouts15-vs-_layouts-folder-differences/


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I eventually solved this by adding this to the link #InplviewHashfda8118a-f32f-48f1-8782-f48da3428ba7= With causes SharePoint to remember the settings as the user adds more filters, where fda8118a-f32f-48f1-8782-f48da3428ba7 is the list id. So a complete url would be ...


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So, continuing from @sekhar's comment above, I added a Script Editor below the Query String (URL) Filter with the following contents: Region: <span id="RegionSpan"></span> <script type="text/javascript"> var region = GetUrlKeyValue('Region'); var span = document.getElementById('RegionSpan'); span.innerHTML = region; </script> This ...


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You aren't doing anything wrong, that is how it works in 2010. Site Pages is the document library holding the home page, it isn't a managed path. After creation, navigate to the default.aspx page and then in the Page ribbon tab, there is a button called Make Homepage. Click it, and default.aspx will be the new home page, like how it was in newly ...



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