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Navigation and Content Structure mssing from Site Setting in Sharepoint 2010

Posted on 2011-02-23
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My admin has created a SharePoint for our department.  Now I am use to SharePoint 2007 so I after I created my first site I went to look for my "Navigation" and "Content and Structure" link under Site Setting and they where missing.  

After some searching I found my admin needed to turn on Publisihing from Site Collection but when it is turned on, when creating a new site the option to add the site to the Top Link Bar is missing when creating the site.

So question now can Content publishing be active and still allow in site creationg the option to specifiy adding the new site to the top link bar.

We are also experiencing the same problem if Enterprise Wiki is made availabe through Site Collection.  Where Navigation is available but adding a new site to the Top Link bar is no longer availabe.

Has anyone else encoutered this problem?
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Question by:gilnari
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I think you're pointing towards the differneces in the Site Actions menu when Publishing has been enabled. Yes this is expected behaviour.
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by:gilnari
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The expected behaviour?   YIKES

But Why Microsfot ...buty Why.

Ok this is when programmers have why too much time on their hands and over think and over develop.
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