Page Editor Toolbar missing

Posted on 2011-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Okay so basically, as far as I know on every page when you click edit you see a toolbar pop up saying "Check Out , Check In , Publish etc"

Now I have a feeling that this has been disabled by the Master Page and I only really need it enabled on one page the search results page?

Any Idea's?
Question by:kineticexpert
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    Accepted Solution

    This behavior is only visible on sites(webs) that have the SharePoint Publishing Feature enabled.

    Go to site features and Activate the SharePoint Publishing feature .

    Please read more about it before you do it , it is not dangerous but may add more steps to you on every page , it is designed more for Common areas on your Intranet not for all your content.
    and here

    Best of luck.

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