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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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This error seems to be caused by a bug in the August 2012 CU (see An Unexpected Error..., also SharePoint 2010 Naviagtion error...), which causes duplicate nodes to be created in the navigation tree. You can use the following PowerShell script to fix this if you supply the path to the page affected and the full URL of the node you added when it broke: $...


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Try adding Both Delegate controls and it should resolve your problem.


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Figured it out. The solution was to target the same div, not two different divs inside of the document.getElementById('').innerHTML.


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According to the API GlobalNodes contains "the top-level navigation nodes for the current context" which includes Home, QuickLaunch and TopNavigationBar. That suggests that the code you listed is empty because the 0th index (possibly Home) is empty. What navigation nodes are you trying to access? Perhaps it would be better to use the Home QuickLaunch or ...


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Example $webapp = Get-SPWebApplication "http://webapp" $webapp.SuiteNavBrandingText = "Intranet" $webapp.Update()


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Solved with this solution. function addNavigationNodesChild() { var idOfParentNode = $('#selectChildParentNavNode').val(); var nameOfParentNode = $('#selectChildParentNavNode option:selected').text(); var titleOfNavNodeChild = document.getElementById('addNav1Child').value; var urlOfNavNodeChild = document.getElementById('addNav2Child').value;...


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if ( (node.Properties["NodeType"] != null && node.Properties["NodeType"].ToString() =="Area" && pubWeb.Navigation.GlobalIncludeSubSites) || (node.Properties["NodeType"] != null && node.Properties["NodeType"].ToString() == "Page" && pubWeb.Navigation.GlobalIncludePages) || (node.Properties["NodeType"] == null)) { //display ...


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ys. one of my friend had also wasted a whole day just to get newly added page in navigation collection. but no luck. My suggestion is try to use sitemapdatasource for that. may be it can help you.


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I came across this thread when troubleshooting the following errors mentioned above: CatalogConfig.ReadFromPropertyBag; Catalog configurations don't exist for site collection [mysiteURL] SiteServicesAddins.ReadFromPropertyBag: Site services addins don't exist for site collection [mysiteURL] My resolution was to enable two Site Collection Features: ...


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You can add tooltip using the Properties HashTable. So in your case it will be MyNav.Properties["Description"] = "Nav Text"; MyNav.Update();


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You can use this code to delete all the nodes: SPNavigationNodeCollection nodes = web.Navigation.QuickLaunch; for(int i = nodes.Count - 1; i >= 0; i--) { nodes[i].Delete(); }


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The Security Trimming of SPNavigatinNode is controlled by th IsExternal property: If this is false then the Url is only shown if the user has access to the list. IsExternal is specified as the third parameter to the contructor


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I had the same symptoms but a different cause. It turns out you can deploy an Elements.xml file that re-defines an existing, OOB site column. Somebody created a element using the GUID {9da97a8a-1da5-4a77-98d3-4bc10456e700} which is the ID for the built-in field with the internal name Comments, used in the Publishing content types for check-in comments. ...


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