Tag: SharePoint subsites

SharePoint Site Permission Inheritance

SharePoint Site Permission Inheritance - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, we’ll discuss a topic related to SharePoint site permissions, which is called inheritance permission. By default, all the permissions that you have on your main SharePoint site will be carried over to your subsites. If you create a subsite, it will automatically have the same permissions as the main site. In this

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SharePoint Site Collections | An Introduction

In this blog, we’ll discuss SharePoint site collections and understand how they work. SharePoint Site is like a website that contains different SharePoint Web Parts like Document Library, Calendar, Task List, and many more. It can have one or more pages to display content. Site collections are simply groups of multiple sites. The most common

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SharePoint Site Navigation Elements: An Overview

In this blog, we’ll discuss how you can create navigation links using some simple steps. SharePoint site navigation is one of the key elements to making your site more efficient. By properly creating navigation for your SharePoint site, you’ll have better and more straightforward access to the pages. If you create a subsite, you can

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SharePoint Subsite: Creation And Configuration

SharePoint Subsite Creation And Configuration

In this blog, we’ll discuss how you can create your first subsite in SharePoint using some easy steps. A SharePoint subsite is the same as a regular site. However, their main difference is that subsites are inside a SharePoint site.  In SharePoint, we can create multiple numbers of subsites under a parent Site collection.  Creating

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The SharePoint Classic Design View Experience

SharePoint Classic Design View Experience

In this blog, we’ll discuss how you can modify the SharePoint classic design view appearance on your site and make it look more appealing.  Microsoft is slowly moving all of the SharePoint classic settings and appearances to their advanced or standard design view version.  However, as of this writing, you might still encounter a SharePoint

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