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I am new to SharePoint 2013. I have one site on Office 365 (non-profit, so site is hosted for free) and one site on Apps4Rent. Both are SharePoint 2013 Foundation, although the Office 365 site is crippled for reasons I can't understand (see Add new Calendar in Office 365 SharePoint site post for details).

When I add a new page in my Office 365 site to Site Pages, it automatically adds it to the navigation (the menu at the top). When I do the same in the Apps4Rent site, it doesn't. Is this a theme/look and feel thing, or what?

Update: I have determined the menu bar at the top is the Quick Launch, which of course I am familiar with from MOSS and WSS. So, under List Settings, there is the Name, Description, and Navigation, which lets me show a LIST or LIBRARY in Quick Launch. So where is the setting for showing individual PAGES in the Quick Launch? It is apparently on by default in the Office 365 site.

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If you go into Site Settings > Navigation on the Apps4Rent one, I'm guessing the "Show Pages" option isn't selected for global navigation.

My suggestion would be to pull that page up for both sites side-by-side (2 different tabs, windows, whatever) and compare.

UPDATE: Looks like you're right - the "Show Pages" feature is enabled by default. It's been so long since I've used anything but enterprise, I had to look it up. Here's a couple of references that might help:

Editing the Office365 Public Site navigation menu Creating a New Page on an Office365 Public Site Notice in the second one that it says the page will be added to the menu. If the Apps4Rent site also a public site? If not, maybe it requires the publishing feature to be enabled for that functionality?

  • Good guess, but like I said, the Office 365 public site is severely crippled. Quick launch, Top link bar, Tree view, List templates, and a whole lot of other items aren't even included in the Site Settings page. – CigarDoug May 12 '14 at 21:12
  • Also, this is Foundation, so the Publishing feature isn't included. I remember Show Pages from the Publishing feature when I last worked with MOSS. Now, THAT was a decent navigation feature! – CigarDoug May 12 '14 at 21:15
  • The Office 365 configuration, which I really, really don't understand or like, has one public site collection and x number of internal site collections. The internal have full functionality, the one public is severely hobbled. The Apps4Rent is just what you would expect: a fully-functional site collection with all the bells and whistles (Foundation-level whistles, anyway). – CigarDoug May 13 '14 at 10:23

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