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The "Add a column" is related to the permissions(full control, design, etc.). Users who have contribute, read or lower access will not see this anyway. Also note this action is found in the ribbon as well.


I added the following CSS to the "Site Setting > Look and Feel > Master Page" and in there I updated "Alternate CSS URL" to point to my CSS file: .o365cs-nav-appTitle { display: none !important; } .o365cs-nav-appTitleLine { display: none !important; } span.o365cs-nav-brandingText { color: transparent; } span.o365cs-nav-brandingText::after { ...


No. Freezing column headers in SharePoint list view is not possible using out of the box functionalities in SharePoint. This concern is raised on SharePoint uservoice also. But it is not resolved yet, Freeze column header. However this can be done using the custom javascript coding, maybe using jquery framework(Which you already know).


Here is some CSS that should satisfy Option 1. .ms-viewheadertr *, .ms-viewheadertr { visibility: hidden; height: 0 !important; line-height: 0; padding-top: 0; padding-bottom: 0; border-top: 0 !important; border-bottom: 0 !important; } I chose to use visibility:hidden instead of display:none. By doing that there is still the ...


You can try below CSS it is working on my SharePoint online site. It will hide the last column, .ms-listviewgrid .ms-viewheadertr th:last-child, .ms-listviewgrid tr td:last-child { display: none; }


The following JavaScript and CSS code for your reference. <style type="text/css"> #LZheading { HEIGHT: 28px; display:none; } .FixedHeader{ margin-top: -200px; position: fixed; background-color:lightGray; display:block !important } #LZheading>table>tbody{ visibility:hidden; } </style> <script type="text/...


No, there is no OOB mechanism to freeze headers, so scripts are the solution to this issue.


You can use the below CSS. .ms-viewheadertr th[aria-label="Open Menu"] { background-color: #a28e5c; }


You can get your design using CSS and JavaScript. #O365_MainLink_NavMenu{display:none;} //it hides app launcher //this one hides "sites" .o365cs-nav-appTitle { display: none !important; } //this hides line between sharepoint and sites text .o365cs-nav-appTitleLine { display: none !important; } I am updating text SharePoint to current web title ...


You can do this via CSS as the following: add script editor in your page > add this code [Code] <style> th .ms-core-menu-box, .ms-positionRelative { display:none !important; } </style> Stop edit. Click on the header, you should note that there's no any functionality at columns header. Also, check my article with the detail steps at Hide ...

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