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Yesterday, I was trying to create a new page on a publishing site. When I pressed the ‘Create’ button. I got a message that I couldn’t do that because it was checked out by another user. In this case, the user was no longer here. I went to the Pages Library and I couldn’t see […]

May 22 , 2017 | | In: SharePoint

How to fix Incorrect JavaScript Redirect URL

Let’s say you’ve decided that a page you have (like a default page) is not where you really want your users to land. However, since people have bookmarked the page, you don’t want to delete the page and you’ve decided to add a Content Editor web part on the page and put a JavaScript redirect […]

When configuring a Search Result Source in Central Administration, if you come across an error like this in the subject line, it’s very simple to fix. You justneed to activate the “Search Server Web Parts and Templates” feature. Just go to SharePoint Management Shell (run as administrator) and run this command: Enable-SPFeature SearchWebParts -url http://<Your […]

If you are using SharePoint 2013 and trying to add an Excel workbook to only show a Named Definition, in a Publishing Page, you will be fighting forever.

It’s really easy to remove the ‘Edit Links’ from Global Navigation in SharePoint 2013. Just add a little CSS to either the page or the CSS file: <style type=”text/css”> #DeltaTopNavigation > .ms-navedit-editArea { display: none } </style>

May 10 , 2016 | | In: SharePoint, SharePoint 2013

Manage Content & Structure

So, you now have SharePoint 2013, and you notice that the menu item called ‘Manage Content & Structure’ is missing. Calm down. You can still get there.

Is that automatic Page title on pages annoying to you? Do you want to remove it?

Let’s say you have accidentally deleted a file and you need to get it back.

Changing the Favicon in SharePoint is very easy. 1. Create your icon and name it ‘favicon.ico’ 2. Go to the path on the server below and back up the original icon. 3. Save them both somewhere to be able to be used at a future date, if necessary. 4. Copy/Paste your new favicon.ico to the […]

Let’s say that in SharePoint, you want to use the Contribute permission level, but you don’t really want the users who have that permission level to be able to delete anything. It sounds harder than it really is.

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