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Did some additional research and found the answer myself. var title = SPUtility.GetLocalizedString("$Resources:core,category_Recent", null, web.Language); SPNavigationNodeCollection nodes = web.Navigation.QuickLaunch; foreach (SPNavigationNode node in nodes) { if (node.Title.Equals(title)) { node.Delete(); break; } }


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The easiest thing that we found was to create the navigation within the Global Term Store for the web application, not at the Site Collection level. Then you have your Site Collections pin the term set from the global term store. Essentially creating this kind of relationship: Site Collection A Local Term <== Global Navigation Terms ==> Site Collection B ...


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When you create you're the second site collection in your fresh Web Application, it typically comes with additional sites in the URL. It doesn't affect the user unless she wants to type the URL directly. The reason for this as that we use a managed path of wildcard inclusion. With wildcard inclusion, you are able to have as many site collections you want (...


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The breadcrumb from SharePoint 2010 still exists in the SharePoint 2013 Masterpages but are hidden. You can enable it again by editing the Masterpage and remove some inline CSS and change the visible attribute to true. Make a copy of the Seattle Masterpage and find this line: <div class="ms-breadcrumb-dropdownBox" style="display:none;"> Remove the ...


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The reason there is an Edit Links hyperlink there is because you have the permission to do so, most likely by have the Design permission. If your users do not have that permission level access, they will not see the link. Also, when creating a subsite, there is an option to display the subsite on the parent's horizontal navigation, you may deselect the ...


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I have tried implementing what you want to and it is working for me. Here are the steps I followed: 1) Create New Site Collection http://spurl/sites/test 2) Create Sub Site under that http://spurl/sites/test/sub 3) In the Term Store, created a a new TermGroup, TermSet and Term under it in the following order: 4) Also seen in the image, I assigned the ...


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You can simply do this by including the following part in your html master. <!--SPM:<SharePoint:CssRegistration Name="/_catalogs/masterpage/custom/css/custom-core.css" After="corev15.css" runat="server"/>--> In the file »custom-core.css« you can simply override existing styles.


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Go to Site setting --> Under look and feel go to Navigation Select the link which you want to open in new tab , and edit that link Check open in new tab and its done. Hope this helps


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I ended up contacting Microsoft and was able to get this resolved. We made a few changes so I'm not 100% sure which step fixed it but I have an idea. For starters, it's worth mentioning we used to run 2010 and we upgraded to 2013. This was the error in the event log (6801): "Exception while trying to migrate account 'CTO\JohnDoe' to 'CONTOSO\JohnDoe'. ---> ...


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Try the following CSS to replace the default arrow on the navigation & to align it: .ms-core-listMenu-verticalBox li.static > .ms-core-listMenu-item .ms-navedit-flyoutArrow { background-image: url(images/menu-down.png); float: right; } If you have a multilevel navigation, you need to do the change to the sublevel as well: li.dynamic.dynamic-...


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Yes, You can fulfill this requirement. I assume, you are having 2 SP groups - Project Leaders & Finance Team and you want to redirect user based on their group membership after closing the dialog box. You can use SpServices.js for getting user membership. Download SPServices. Make sure you have Jquery reference in your page. I am updating part of your ...


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In SharePoint 2013 it is not possible to build a security trimmed managed metadata navigation. I hope this feature will coming soon with a Cumulative Update or Service Pack. I am the owner of the german blog wich was mentioned here. I think i will provide my article in english too. Sorry for that!!


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You can manually delete the header from: Site Settings-> Look and Feel -> Navigation


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If you can drop a Content Editor web part into the page you can add an anchor and some javascript into the web part that looks like this: <a href="javascript:history.length&gt;0?history.back(): window.location = &#39;http://yoursitehere.com&#39;;">Go back to previous page.</a> Just replace "yoursitehere.com" with your own site page ...


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The menu pulled either by Managed Navigation or structured, more or less has same implementation of css classes by SharePoint. It is very much possible to customize the mega menu according to our own needs provided we know nuts and bolts of SharePoint's rendered html. jQuery and css are the 2 ingredients we need to stew our mega menu :) I can divide this ...


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Could be a script conflict, error in the world clock that's not visible, CSS override, etc. One thing you can try is opening the Developer toolbar in IE (press F12) and click the script tab, then click Start Debugging. That should reload your page and throw any script errors if there are any. However, chances are it's a CSS issue, does the world clock have ...


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I believe is because Managed Metadata Navigation is actually only meant for Publishing sites (definition is in Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.Navigation namespace), e.g. Topic pages, Friendly-pages - not particularly tested yet, but i've only used it as such. MSDN also states "Managed navigation APIs are built into the taxonomy and publishing libraries ...


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I have an out of the box solution. *Settings -> Site contents *Site permissions *Create Group Make a new group with no permissions. Delete all users from the group. *Settings -> Site contents *Navigation Select the "Recent" heading *Edit Set Audience = the group from step 4 *OK *OK Now only members of a group, with no members, are able to see the "Recent" ...


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The best way to go about this would be to use SharePoint Audiences. You can create an audience that is based on a user profile property. And then you create your navigation to use the audiences when determining who to show the links for. Alternatively you can write your own navigation provider that feeds the top navigation with whatever data you want.


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There might be an easier way, but I was able to hide it by adding the following lines to the masterpage: <style type="text/css"> #DeltaTopNavigation .ms-core-listMenu-root .ms-listMenu-editLink {display: none;} </style> Hope that helps.


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If you want to show the navigation to Anonymous users too, then using the Server Side Object Model is your only option. You can run the navigation code inside a code block with elevated privileges. Also, modifying the navigation with the Server Object Model is only allowed in Farm Solutions. See this link for examples: http://discoveringsharepoint.wordpress....


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Putting the helpful response above aside... What we need is for Microsoft to deliver a usable product, 'out of the box', that has a navigate to parent folder/back button.


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This is done purposly. SharePoint uses the hash for MDS (Minimal Download Strategy), and also # is a reserved character in URL:s (used for hash-based navigation)


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Have you tried to use managed metadata. 1. create a new Global Term Group called Global Navigation. 2. Createjavascript and placed inside Style library folder Function.registerNamespace('Mavention.GlobalNavigation');   Mavention.GlobalNavigation.MenuItem = function(title, url) {     this.title = title;     this.url = url; };   Mavention.GlobalNavigation....


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If you have a page, "page1.aspx" in the pages library, it can be accessed via: http://site/pages/page1.aspx. But, perhaps you would rather be able to access it via: http://site/page1 The above would require some sort of routing table. This routing table could have been implemented in a variety of ways, but they happened to decide to use a term set for ...


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Structural navigation is tightly coupled with the content and therefore it is hard to create friendly URLs. However, managed metadata navigation addresses this issue by providing central way to manage navigation, irrespective of location of content, which makes it easy to create friendly URLs. The only con, navigation will be managed by term store. You can ...


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Looks like I spoke a moment too soon. I feel a bit sheepish but I had been searching for a couple hours with no luck! https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27124620/sharepoint2013-site-csom-update-navigation-settings var publishingWeb = PublishingWeb.GetPublishingWeb(this.CC, subWeb); // WebNavigationSettings var ...


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Yes, the Links in the QuickLaunch are static, but... You can make a link to a static Redirect Page (or Custom APSX Page), where you extract the link to OneDrive and redirect to it with window.location= They will see a blank page.. or make a nice redirect text (just in case somewhting goes wrong in your script)


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Under Site Seettings >> Navigation in the section Structural Navigation: Editing and Sorting there's a button called "Hide". Highlight the site you want to hide from navigation and click this button.


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To change the background header in the left navigation try to add the following CSS to a file with CSS extension .ms-core-listMenu-verticalBox > .ms-core-listMenu-root > LI > .ms-core-listMenu-item { background-color:lime ! important; } To apply this style for all pages within the site without SharePoint Designer You can achieve this by setting ...


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