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Sharepoint 2013 - "Add a page" missing on some subsites

Posted on 2014-10-25
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Hi,

Yesterday I found out that on some of our subsites the "Add a page" option is missing. I've full control on these subsites, but the option is still missing. I've tried with a iisreset /noforce without any luck.

"Add a page" missing
Do you guys know how I could solve this?
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Whether the publishing features are active at site collection level and site level. If yes, please deactivate and activate the features at site collection level and site level.
 
Then do the followings:
  1.Open IIS
  2.Click  Application Pools
  3.Select the web application pool that you use for the team site
  4.Right-click it, and select ‘Recycling…’
  5.Restart IIS

Or else a reboot should also help.
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