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In the Web Part properties Change current view Uncheck the column title linked to item or title linked to edit menu Select title, it would just say title No need for SPD or any customization.


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Yes, there is a Summary Links web part in SharePoint 2013. It can be found under Content Rollup. However, it is not available to SharePoint Foundation, just versions above.


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Follow below steps to add Hyperlinks on your Modern(Site) Pages: Go to your page and Select Edit page from right top corner. Click on + from section where you want to add hyperlink. Select Text(AA) from Featured section. Then select hyperlink/attachment pin in the text box web part or just click Ctrl+K inside text box web part. Provide mailto:myemail@domain....


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Finally solved. Filtered log message with list and failed and checked for below kind of error, [STS3::COWSList::GetList] Initialize failed. Return error to caller, URL = sts4://url/siteurl=/siteid={b0485081-a7c0-4029-8009-9c2c38513815}/weburl=/webid={123f3c8c-5a2a-42e9-acbd-bfb67b8084f7}/listid={b4c8bf79-183e-450d-8308-43550697ab51} hr=80642616 [...


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If publishing feature is activated on the site collection level then you can see the Summary Link Web Part. it is available in the Office 365 as well but not in foundation. here is the picture:


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I just experienced this issue as well. What I found was that somehow the default mail application (for opening mailto links) on my computer had changed. Try going to Settings > System > Default Apps and under Email, make sure the correct application is chosen. For me, the default had somehow been changed to Chrome, which is why the links weren't working. ...


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Instead of summary link webpart, you can use Promoted Link list and use the view as webpart.you wont get a exact rectangle that you are looking for but you will get square boxes for which you can add images. If you want to add rectangles, than you need css styling code!


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First upload the HTML to SharePoint into a document library: Open Site Contents Select Add an app Select Document Library Name the library Click Create Open the library in a web browser e.g. https://sharepoint/sitecollection/sitename/reports/Forms/AllItems.aspx Upload the HTML files to this library To display the HTML content on a SharePoint page: Open ...


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You can try changing your function to this: function ApplyColor() { var nodes = document.getElementsByClassName("ms-acal-item"); for (var i = 0; i < nodes.length; i++) { var text = nodes[i].getAttribute('title'); if (text.includes('*Mission')) { nodes[i].style.background = "orangered"; } else if (text.includes('Mission')) { ...


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So it turns out that some of the files had locks on them or special permissions that were interfering with the internal "move" mechanism within SharePoint Online. I had to map SPO as a drive and could only COPY those last items to the new location. I then had to delete the original folder manually. HTH someone else! (BTW, I never received an error in ...


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Try below steps to create sub-links in left navigation: Go to Site Settings. Select Quick Launch. Select New Navigation Link. Add URL of "Listes des réunions" under "Type the Web address:" text box. Add "Listes des réunions" under "Type the description:" text box. Select "Réunions" from "Heading" dropdown. Click OK.


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Office 365 groups (which are not created from Yammer), will have a group Outlook mailbox, a SharePoint team site (including Shared Documents library), Planner, One Note etc. These apps are interrelated to create an appropriate collaboration environment for the team members. 'Files' link in Outlook, are meant for sharing files among members only, keeping it ...


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You can use a normal text block to include a mailto link, as both the Link and Quick Links parts don't allow non-http(s) links.


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I tried your scenario in SharePoint Online environment and it worked fine with the following settings: Created 2 list content types with different set of columns Created new list and added both content types to it Went to List settings -> Form settings, selected Use a custom form for one or more content types using InfoPath radio button, chose first CT, ...


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If you share site with external user he has to accept the invitation, there is no matter of approval.Whether you are a member or owner you will not see approve option


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Another option is to store the HTML files in a document library renamed to .aspx so SharePoint serves the content to open in the web browser natively as HTML. First upload the HTML to SharePoint into a document library: Open Site Contents Select Add an app Select Document Library Name the library Click Create Open the library AllItems view in a web browser ...


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If it is static html page you can add it to any document library and change the Farm level property called Browser File Handling to Permissive in SharePoint Central Administration. Then it will open HTML like any file. To change this property: Go to SPAdmin and logon as a Farm administrator Open Application Management Select Web Applications > Manage Web ...


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For keeping the URL dynamic, you can use _sppagecontextinfo. Below is an example for your reference. var url = _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/Lists/" + listTitle + "/NewForm.aspx";


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If you are using managed navigation instead of structural make sure that the Navigation Node Type is a Simple Link or Header, the Term driven menu items are not visible to users with only read permissions. You can find more info about it here: http://sharepoint.handsontek.net/2016/05/12/metadata-navigation-is-not-visible-to-users-with-read-permissions/


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You could do it the old fashioned way, using the standard editing tools on the wiki page (I'm assuming it's a wiki page). Create some images that look like the buttons you want - with the background color and the text. Then, on the wiki page, insert these images - you can position them by using a table if needed. Then, select each image, and insert the ...


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You can add the Content Editor Web Part on the page instead, so you can define all the links yourself (if you're familiar with web development?) I made an example with custom code: jsFiddle


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It is possible for all sub sites. Go to Site settings >> Navigation. In Current Navigation, select Display the same navigation items as the parent site.


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