Problem: I want to remove the word "SharePoint" from the top of the page.
I've researched this for a while now and tried various methods (all focused on SP2013). However, I'm using SharePoint 2016. I am also using SPD2013 (obviously).
The approaches taken so far have followed some web searches and have been offered by MVPs and high-rep MSDN forum-goers. I am happy to assume I'm doing something wrong. The approaches I've taken so far include:
- Create a Master page copy, add a line to reference a custom.css file. This supposedly makes a change. (URL: https://sharepoint.rackspace.com/sharepoint-2013-how-to-change-sharepoint-branding-text-in-the-upper-left-part-of-your-screen)
- Create a Master page copy and <%-- comment out --%> a line referencing delegatecontrol
- Others that I simply can't remember. Please excuse my being vague with the above. I didn't copy all my efforts of the URLs visited.
Has anyone managed this in SP 2016? Even 2013? Can you share a solution you've gotten working, please? It's worth noting I've never seen a screenshot of this successfully implemented alongside these suggestions. But then maybe I've gotten worn down by the failed efforts.
I'd love to remove the word "SharePoint" from every page. It's the sort of branding design choice that really should not be force-fed for an on-premise or hosted solution.