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Is there some way to create a homepage/portal/hub/landingpage and not have the site header/titlebar show up?

We would like to create a single page containing all kinds of useful info without the user having to scroll down. So we'd like to be able to customise the page starting right beneath the sharepoint/office 365 header (containing the waffle).

I am finding a lot of different answers and hacks but I haven't found a way that works. But I'm starting to doubt if it's even possible at all.

Or can I just create my own html page somewhere inside of Office 365 and from there link to Sharepoint?

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: commented this below.

I want to get rid of the "site" title . The pagetitle is already gone as I'm trying to use a homepage as base, not a normal page (which does have a seperate page title header but the homepage doesn't) edit: I'm going to try if removing the ElementID pageTitle does the trick. ElementID pageTitle contains the name of the site. ElementID pageContentTitle contains the name of the page. Or am I wrong?

  • I want to get rid of the "site" title . The pagetitle is already gone as I'm trying to use a homepage as base, not a normal page (which does have a seperate page title header but the homepage doesn't) edit: I'm going to try if removing the ElementID pageTitle does the trick. ElementID pageTitle contains the name of the site. ElementID pageContentTitle contains the name of the page. Or am I wrong? – Shinhidora Feb 13 at 11:40
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It sounds like you're using classic site pages.

If you're using Office 365, the new modern site pages are in the process of a wave of updates, including customizing the title region that you're describing, which should be publicly available at the end of the month. If you're not using one yet, I'd recommend creating a new Communications site to utilize the modern tooling and features. Do this from your Sharepoint landing page/create site. Creating one through the classic admin panel gets you a classic site.

If you're using classic pages, add a snippet/content editor web part to the bottom of the page and insert the following CSS:

<style type="text/css"> 
#pageContentTitle { 
display:none !important; 
} 
</style>  

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