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SharePoint 2013 and the Disappearing Breadcrumb

Several changes were introduced in the SharePoint 2013 UI, one of which that caught the attention of a lot of folks was the removal of the breadcrumb. Through the years the SharePoint breadcrumb had met some interesting treatments, but in 2013 it had simply just disappeared.

Truth be told, the breadcrumb is still there, just hidden away in the master page. With a quick master page edit you can get breadcrumb back into SharePoint – but that is when the real fun begins as the SharePoint breadcrumb comes in many flavors. Continue reading SharePoint 2013 and the Disappearing Breadcrumb

Effective Use of the EditModePanel in SharePoint Page Layouts with Complex Designs

One of the hidden gems in SharePoint is the EditModePanel. This control can be used in a multitude of ways, including altering your page layout to better suit the page in edit mode when you have a restricted width or more complex design. Continue reading Effective Use of the EditModePanel in SharePoint Page Layouts with Complex Designs

Don’t Delete OOTB SharePoint Page Layouts

For years I have told students who were creating new page layouts for their SharePoint publishing or Enterprise Wiki (in the case of SP2013) sites that they can optionally delete the default page layouts that come with the site.  I am here to officially rescind that advice! Continue reading Don’t Delete OOTB SharePoint Page Layouts