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I'd like to add a header to the Oslo masterpage, but I can't figure out how. Does anyone know?

Thank you very much.

This is what I use for the footer of the page.

Update:

<SharePoint:AjaxDelta id="DeltaPlaceHolderFooter" BlockElement="true" runat="server">
<%--SharePoint:DelegateControl runat="server" ControlId="PageFooter"   AllowMultipleControls="false" /--%>
<div id="footer" class="noindex">
<p style="text-align:center;">Some fancy footer is displayed here.</p>
</div>
</SharePoint:AjaxDelta> 
  • Can you elaborate on what you are wanting to do? – John Chapman Feb 6 '14 at 16:21
  • I would just like to add a header at the top of the page. Edited question. – Sergiu Tripon Feb 6 '14 at 16:22
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Sergiu,

Bad news, you'll have to edit the master page directly, which means a special master just for that page. (Line 4, with ContentPlaceHolderId "PlaceHolderPageTitle" is just below "the header" you're looking to edit.)

That said, the best thing I can say is use the Design Manager, build out exactly what you want (Branding-wise) in HTML, then create a master page from said HTML following the instructions. How to convert a file, from MSDN

Yes, there are HTML versions of Oslo that can be used, you'll find them in the Site Collection's Master page Gallery, under ~SiteUrl/_catalogs/masterpage/ . Alternatively, simply click "Master Pages" under "Web Designer Galleries" in the site settings page of the Site Collection's home web.

There are instructions on adding SharePoint functionality through snippets, which I can replicate when I have more time.

As for where to find this: Go to site settings, then "Design Manager" under "Look and Feel".

  • I want this header on all the pages, so I'm fine with editing the master page. What code do I put on PlaceHolderPageFooter in order to activate? I don't want to make it fancy atm, just want to it to come up at the top of the page. That's it. – Sergiu Tripon Feb 6 '14 at 18:41
  • You really don't want to do it that way. Open the Oslo.html file in SPD (or whatever editor of your choosing) and Ctrl-F <div id="titleAreaRow" class="ms-tableRow">. That's the div that holds the header as current. Here you'll be able to alter it as needed with pure html. (To include script tags :D) I would state, however, to copy the existing annotated code, SP2013 uses the annotations for precompiler insertion before creating a masterpage. – Algorath Feb 6 '14 at 19:13
  • To copy the existing annotated code...which code? and copy it where? Thanks. – Sergiu Tripon Feb 6 '14 at 19:45
  • Just copy the aforementioned div's inner HTML to notepad, as a backup; I've noticed this stuff's a little... fincky... and it's always good to have a fallback. Just remember to use the Design Manager to make a master page out of the .html file, and you'll be good. Also, you can also use the Oslo.preview file as a basis for making a preview file for your new master, should you choose, but it's not mandatory. – Algorath Feb 6 '14 at 20:08
  • Isn't there any other easy way to do this? The footer works well (the one in my question). Isn't there anyway I could use that or perhaps the AdditionalPageHead? Also, I have a bunch of CSS styles in a script editor at the moment, where can I drop these in order to affect the whole website? – Sergiu Tripon Feb 6 '14 at 20:16

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