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The link is hidden, and you'd have to type (copy paste it) to reach the delete site option. Navigate to _layouts/15/deleteweb.aspx in the site you want to delete (as owner). In your case it would be https://<domain>.sharepoint.com/sites/RobTest/_layouts/15/deleteweb.aspx


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add ?ToolPaneView=2&pagemode=edit to the end of the url.


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When you enable publishing you gain a lot, but you lose the ability to "save site as template". (To be clear, you lose this ability when you activate the site (web) level feature. If you only activate the site collection level "publishing infrastructure" feature, then you will still be able to "save as template".) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2492356


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Try to create a custom permission level with at least add and view items as the following; To create a permission level Open the site collection site (the root site not a subsite) Go to site setting. below Users and Permission > Click on Site Permission. From the above ribbon, > click on permission level to be able to create a new permission level. For ...


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Exporting and importing as html will not work in SharePoint as it refers lots of controls and files internally Thee best suggested option would be to open the page in designer and copy the content to target page** but make sure all the those web parts are already in the web part gallery and fully functional. To check all webparts are in the gallery, ...


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Every SharePoint site is (on general) the same, where the only difference is what features are activated. A Publishing site have the site scoped Publishing infrastructure feature activated, and the web scoped SharePoint publishing feature activated. By this a library or list can make use of Major and minor versions (with history) Content approval Check out/...


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Publishing functionality is a set of two features, one at the Site Collection level and one at the Site level. You can activate them on any site like Team site, Document Center, Wiki site etc… You will find all the info on what publishing adds in that link, but here I want to showcase some reasons why I use Publishing for my clients. The publishing site ...


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ADVANTAGES OF PUBLISHING FEATURES Here are some of the perks you get when you enable the publishing features: Ability to inherit site theme & branding This is big. In “regular” SharePoint, if you assign custom colors to your site, you cannot propagate the change to the subsites. You have to do it manually, one site at a time. With publishing features, ...


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Certainly, the standard recommendation moving forward would be to use modern sites and a flat structure, rather than subsites and/or classic sites. You're right, this changes how we approach things like content types. The content type story is an interesting one these days: Content type hubs haven't been updated recently, nor have they been talked about ...


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Get-SPOSite will return modern sites along with the others. Modern sites will have a Template property of "GROUP#0". So, to run a command that finds modern sites, add a filter on the Template property: get-sposite -Limit All | where { $_.Template -eq "GROUP#0"} | ft -Property Url,Template Note: One must have latest SharePoint Online Management Shell ...


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Before you decide to activate the SharePoint Server Publishing feature or Community Site feature for a team site you should first be aware of the following: Once the publishing feature is activated the ‘Save site as a template‘ option will be unavailable below Site Action. Deactivate publishing features will not show back the ‘Save site as a template‘ ...


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Create a new permission level named Uploaders and check the permissions Open, Add Items, View Items and View Pages. Then grant the permission level to the users and groups who should be able to upload documents but not edit and delete them. You can manage permission levels from Site Settings > Site Permissions > Permission Levels


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There's one answer to all of your questions. No, Publishing feature is there to provide you with extra features to site collection, this feature is activated by default for Publishing side. Portal I am working on has team site collections with publishing feature enabled so that we sub-webs can inherit master page from Site Collection Home Page. ...


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You can just create an accouncements list on any site using "Site Action" | "More Options" and choose "Announcements" Once the announcements list is created you can insert the list web part for it on any page. If the site doesn't have the announcements list you can either active the visible Team Collaboration Lists feature or the hidden announcementslist ...


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Publishing site is more oriented in pages, which means it has a more articulated way of publishing pages, the most common template being the 'article page'. Every page will obey to the mechanism of save-checkin-publish, it can be boring for a normal user to have to do all those actions to see his article appear. (example: an intranet with a roll up of news ...


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Both addresses are valid; every object gets a @.onmicrosoft.com address.


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If I understand you correct, what you want is a site map of your SharePoint 2007. This can be done following the guide Creating A SharePoint 2007 Site Map.


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Activate the "Team Collaboration Lists" site feature on the site. You can do so by going to Site Settings > Manage Site Features (under the Site Actions section).


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If you have connected the SharePoint Document library to Office using the Connect to Office button - it will show up as an option in your recent view of Office. But the best option IMHO is to teach users not to start Word and then save, but do it the other way around. Let them learn how to create a new file from the document library where they want to save ...


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when you say you saved it as mysite.master, did you add the file by uploading it to sharepoint Master Page Gallery? once uploaded did you publish on the Master Page Gallery? Site Settings -> Master pages and page layouts now you can click the upload button to upload your mysite.master file, othewise you can map your drive which makes your life alot easier!...


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You cannot provision Web Parts in Modules element using a Web Template. Consider adding a feature receiver or a Module SPI.


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No you can't. The whole point of a personal (MySite) site is that it is a silo not connected to anything else. That’s why you get a Site Collection usually under the wildcard inclusion /personal of the MySite Host root Site Collection. To accomplish this effect you need to build/configure something of your own. But since there are a lot of dependencies to ...


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In general, team sites are more focused on content. They are meant to be used as "a single environment to create, organize, and share content." Features of this site type include: shared docs, announcements, calendars, links, tasks, discussion boards. These sites are good for document management or when the site is focused more on providing content and ...


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Another option could be a content query web part. You can configure the web part to get documents from your library and apply condition to show recently modified documents. You can point web part to a document library in parent site or even in sub site. This web part is also OOTB web part.


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Based on your Head Question How to put SharePoint Document Library on team site? and what I understood you need to show Doc library at Team Site page not within Site Contents. So the answer should be as the following : Edit your page at your Team Site. From the above Ribbon > Insert Tab > Add web part or App Part. From Apps Category > Select your Document ...


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Upload your css to the master page gallery or site assest folder, you can create a folder in your master page gallery and upload your CSS file there either manually or using a module in Visual Studio. Then you can refernce it using : <SharePoint:CssRegistration name="&lt;% $SPUrl:~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/YourSiteFolder/YourCSSFile.css %&...


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Activate the SharePoint server publishing infrastructure feature from site collection settings 2. Activate the SharePoint server publishing feature After activating these 2 features, Pages library will be created which contains the PageNotFoundError.aspx page. You can customize it as per your requirement.


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It looks like the question was answered but I want to offer another solution (may be newly exposed feature O365 Sharepoint). I too wanted to do the same thing but couldn't find option in normal place (no Site Settings). HOWEVER, it looks like you can now do so as follows: -go to the group's site -go to Settings menu (cog) and choose Site Information -...


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You can 'Edit Web Part' and change the title of the Web Part under Appearance. Edit Title Properties You might have got two Web Part on the page so you can delete one and then change the title. To delete the website you can open Web Part Page Maintenance by adding ?contents=1 so the the page url would be something like: https://mytenant.sharepoint.com/...


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Creating a modern team site also creates unified group in Office365 that is associated with the newly created team site. The PnP package takes care of this but under the hood it seems that alias name is used as mailNickName property for the underlying Office365 group and it cannot contain special characters like slash(/), colon(:) etc. Try giving alias ...


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