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Considering I have these site collections for my web application https://server:12345/projects/project1
https://server:12345/projects/project2
https://server:12345/projects/project3

Is there a way that I could list all projects in my home page(https://server:12345/)

Something like this: enter image description here

  • What are you struggling with? It seems your already on the right path? – James Randal Jul 9 at 2:15
  • image is not mine. got it on google – sharepointnewbie Jul 9 at 2:15
  • Ah Ok makes sense, please view my answer – James Randal Jul 9 at 2:20
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You could use a Search Results Webpart (Which is what is shown in you screenshot).

When you edit the Webpart you can open the "Build Your Query" window, and set it to "Only return sites".

You can also configure the sort order / and number of results to display on each page.

enter image description here

  • doesn't show. do i need to configure something on the child site collections? – sharepointnewbie Jul 9 at 2:53
  • what doesn't show ? The webpart or the sites? – James Randal Jul 9 at 3:11
  • The list of sites weren't shown – sharepointnewbie Jul 9 at 3:17
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Since you are referring to Sharepoint 2016 you can try building a visual web part with a logic to show all the site collection in the web application and then deploy it to your farm

you can check the below link for create visual webpart

Create Visual webpart in Sharepoint 2013/2016

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