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Posted on 2012-04-02
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Hi Guys,

after enabling the Office SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature, a new tab named like the site's title in the top link bar appeared and linked to the homepage.
i want to remove it or replace it with the home tab.

how can i do that?

thanks
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Question by:Rabih
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by:PaulD77
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you want to click on site actions on the top right, site settings, under look and feel choose top link bar and edit any links you want
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sorrey site actions are on top left
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Hello,

this is one of the two core navigation elements of a SharePoint publishing site.

At the top (horizontal) navigation bar you will see the site names in the site collection. The left hand nav panel will show the current site's pages by default.

You can customise the top nav and left hand panel with "Site Settings > Navigation"

The top horizontal settings are under "Global" navigation, and the left hand panel is under "Current" navigation.

You can edit, delete and add items in the "Global" navigation to customise what shows as tabs.

For sub-sites of the site collection, you can specify whether or not they inherit the top nav bar of the site collection or start at the site level.

Have a play in your development or test environment to see the results of the different settings. It's all very customisable, but you may want to spend some time to try out the different options to find the one that suits your individual needs.

cheers, teylyn
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no, none of the above. i found out that a lot of people are facing this issue after activating the publishing service. the only solution was to hide it using CSS.

thanks anyway.
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by:Rabih
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but none was correct.

i am disappointed because i thought i would get more help. i have several questions still open and no one was able to help.

thanks to all for trying
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