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Aug
26
asked Login Prompt does not have focus (hidden behind browser window)
Aug
13
comment remove Page Title
Fox, please post this as an answer so you can have credit. It worked for me.
Aug
11
answered SharePoint 2010: Open .webpart file in Web Part Gallery in browser like .xml file
Aug
6
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
It's not permissions, they can see the theme on every OTHER page in the site. From what I can determine, it's something in the execution path between loading the theme and executing javascript. The script tag is stopping the theme from being loaded. But it's a bugger to troubleshoot.
Aug
4
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
4
asked SharePoint 2010: Open .webpart file in Web Part Gallery in browser like .xml file
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
Scripting is automatically removed from the Web Page. I HAVE to put it in a web part.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I have tried all the links you provided. The JavaScript DOES fire, but the theme is still not loaded.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I have done that, I moved the code to a Script Editor, and I still have the same problem.
Aug
3
revised JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
Added Update 3 about Office 365 behavior.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I did that. Same result. Could you update your answer to give the correct way to call JavaScript (not jQuery) on page load?
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I started with jQuery, I eliminated it to narrow down the problem. The problem is occurring with nothing more than an empty <script type="text/javascript"></script> tag.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I am not using jQuery at all, to eliminate that as a variable. If I just have a <script></script> tag, the page loads fine with the theme. If I have a <script type="text/javascript"></script> tag, the theme is omitted.
Aug
3
revised JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
Update 2 to include screenshots and document further testing.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
As for your last paragraph, the script DOES execute, it's just that the theme isn't getting loaded. I have more than my share of JavaScript errors, but the result is the JavaScript doesn't execute, and the rest of the page loads fine. That is not the behavior I am seeing.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I turned MDS back on, now I get theme on every page, but still have the problem on my script page.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I went into "Edit Source" and cleared out all the web part code (seems deleting a web part isn't enough anymore). I put just the label in the source. I then added a script editor with the opening and closing script tag. I STILL get the white background, no theme.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
If you say so, but when adding a Script Editor, this is the text under "About the Part": "Script Editor Allows authors to insert HTML snippets or scripts." So, Microsoft isn't very clear about it, either.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
I disabled MDS and now Anonymous users don't see any themes at all. That's the EXACT functionality I had with 2010! I had to manually update the master page to set a theme for Anonymous users. So, turning off MDS made things worse.
Aug
3
comment JavaScript is breaking my theme in SharePoint 2013
The script is not referenced, it is manually entered into a Script Editor on the page. The page is accessible to Anonymous users, otherwise they wouldn't see the page at all.