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OK, I confess! It has been a while that I have not used page layouts and especially now when we have got SPFx, and other nice things.

I created a page layout using Design Manger (SP 2013 :(). I have published the page layout, however it does not show up in: Page layouts and site templates. Of course, nor in the Ribbon or when I create a new page. Both HTML and aspx are present in the Master Page Gallery.

What am I missing or have forgotten? :)

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  • Hi, Have you set proper content type in page layout while adding? – Dikesh Gandhi Nov 20 '20 at 5:48
  • I have used an OOTB CT as example – Burre Ifort Nov 20 '20 at 7:19
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Please follow stpes:

1. Please make sure the following features are actived

  • The top level Site sittings >> Site collection features >> SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure >> click on Active SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure

  • The top level Site sittings >> Manage site features >> SharePoint Server Publishing >> click on Active SharePoint Server Publishing

2.Create Page Layout Using Design Manager in SharePoint 2013 and publish it New Page Layout

3.Create new page on the Pages Library

  • Go to Site Contents >> Pages Library >> Click New Document dropdown button to create new Page enter image description here

  • When you create a new page, you can find the page layout template you just created in the Page Layout drop-down box enter image description here

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Thanks, have a nice weekend!

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  • thank you for your effort. I have already done what you have mentioned above. I believe there is a problem with the farm. I have tested it in my own farm and it works just fine. Will get back once I have more information. – Burre Ifort Nov 23 '20 at 20:10
  • Thanks your reply. I am looking forward to your reply. I wish you all the best! – EchoDu_MSFT Nov 24 '20 at 0:41

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