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Sharepoint 2013 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Open the Site Settings Page

12/3/2013 2:33:17 AM
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Scenario/Problem: You want to change a site’s settings.


Solution: To change a site’s settings, access the Site Settings page by opening the Site Actions menu and choosing Site Settings, as shown in Figure 1.

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FIGURE 1 Opening the Site Settings page.

Some types of sites have more settings than others (see Figures 2 and 3).

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FIGURE 2 The Site Settings page for a subsite.

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FIGURE 3 The Site Settings page for a root site that is a publishing site.

A root-level site has more settings than a subsite, and publishing sites have additional settings. The settings available on a page vary based on the permissions you have on the site. For example, in a root-level site, the link to the settings for the site collection (see Figure 3) is displayed only if you have site collection administrator privileges.

 
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