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Had same error but with Page Layouts. .aspx files stayed in directory and there were no way to drop them. My solution: open html file properties in "Master Page Gallery" in browser, and double check that type is "HTML Page Layout" (in my case it was "Page Layout"). Change this, save, then I was able to go to "Design Manager" -> "Page Layouts" (/_layouts/15/...


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Here is an experimental potential approach on a modern team or communication site. This modern page layout is still in "preview", and as such, may still have undocumented issues. In addition, it's supported intent is to be used only for custom modern search pages, but that intent doesn't appear to be "enforced", at least not in its preview. Setting this ...


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You could edit the page and insert a .css script to target and hide certain page elements. Here's a useful-looking post on SE which has lots of answers. Also, scroll down on this page on W3Schools to the section titled 'Hide an Element - display:none or visibility:hidden?'. They suggest a couple of options for hiding page elements. You can also tinker ...


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The easiest thing you can do is to create a communication site. So you won't have a left navigation. But header and O365 ribbon will still be visible.


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you will need to start getting acquainted with the terms and what they mean global navigation this is the navigation for the top area of your site. your subsites can inherit the navigation from the parent site and it will look the same, while being managed at the top site current navigation the current navigation, aka quick launch navigation, displays ...


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Use Managed Metadata Navigation to achieve your goal. this article can help you to understand: Managed Metadata Navigation In SharePoint Using Terms And Termsets.


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