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Sharepoint 2013 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Modify the Top or Left Navigation Bar (part 1) - Modify the Top or Left Navigation Bar in a Non-Publishing Site

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Scenario/Problem: You want to modify the links shown on the top or left navigation bar. For example, you might want to add a tab to the top navigation bar or remove a link from the left navigation bar.


Solution: How you modify the links shown on the top or left navigation bar depends on the type of site you are using. The following sections provide the details.

Modify the Top or Left Navigation Bar in a Non-Publishing Site

In a non-publishing site, you can edit the links for the top and left navigation bars from a page such as the home page. The two navigation bars have an Edit Links button next to each of them, as shown in Figure 1.

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FIGURE 1 The Site Welcome page.

After you click on either button, the existing links appear as buttons, allowing you to rearrange them by dragging and dropping them. You can also delete them, or add new ones by using the +link button as shown in Figure 2.

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FIGURE 2 Editing the left navigation bar’s links.

 
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