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Wordpress and SharePoint are different products. Wordpress templates cannot be used in SharePoint, and SharePoint templates cannot be used in wordpress.


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Is this a bug or is this by design? It's by design, The simple reason according to Microsoft is that “the publishing feature creates site elements that are not supported as part of a template, and these elements remain even when the feature is disabled. This also includes templates that were created through SharePoint Designer.” Ref Unsupported ...


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Microsoft currently does not have a schedule to either deprecate or eliminate classic templates. With that being said, while there are a few reasons you might not want to use modern templates (customized search webparts being a bit one), no development efforts for new features are going to classic functionality. I would suggest moving to modern where ...


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There is no way to apply a site template to an existing site. In addition, site Owner can only deactivate and delete the Site Template that already not used. Site Collection Administrator is responsible for the entire site collection and can deactivate and delete a Site Template that already used or not. So you should be a Site Collection Administrator to ...


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As per Microsoft supported option, you can follow below article and use site definitions instead of site template. "saving publishing enabled sites as a template is not supported and it does not work. You cannot use this option to create new sites. Instead you should create site definitions (..\web server extensions\12\template\SiteTemplates) and provision ...


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There is a template called "Community Site" that is a dedicated site that works with discussion boards and seems to be the closest thing to a forum in SharePoint. Create a test site and give it a try. Here are some links on the topic. http://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/2013/07/30/what-is-a-sharepoint-2013-community-site-aspx/ https://www.computerworld....


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The url syntax suggests the 'en-us'-part is the path name to the collection. By default (at least in O365) i would be 'sites' like this: https://mytest.sharepoint.com/sites/MySubSite But in central administration/office 365 SharePoint administration it's possible to configure whatever you like instead of "sites". Also technically speaking 'MySubSite' ...


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You can't change the template, but a "publishing" is just a reference to a site feature, which can be turned on at will. Here is the support article that will walk you through the steps of activating the publishing infrastructure site collection feature. One you've done this, you can activate the publishing site feature. (site settings --> site features --> ...


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It’s by design that save site as template with certain custom apps in SharePoint Online or SharePoint server 2013. You can remove the app when save the sub site as template, then re-add it in the new site.


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Site Pages and their associated files to run them are always included in a site template. The files located in libraries and the content inside of any lists will not be saved unless you direct the template to do so. Therefore, your conclusion is correct.


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You may inject these information by Rest api and jQuery, sample script: <div id="modifiedDate"></div> <script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> function getModifiedDate() { var listId = _spPageContextInfo.pageListId.replace(...


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