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Site Settings in SharePoint 2013 – Part 6

, 13 Aug 2014
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Site Settings in SharePoint 2013 – Part 6

Introduction

Welcome to the 6th part of site settings in SharePoint 2013. Here in this tip, we will be covering the Site Actions of the site.

Site Actions look small with three features, but it is an important part of SharePoint as it withholds our features with which our whole site works.

So let’s see how it works.

Manage Site Features

The first link is Manage Site features, as we can all see the site features in the below screen shots.

It contains default features, custom features (created by developers) and a new added advantage. The apps we download also come up as a feature but it is a kind of a trouble as it does not give them suitable names so all features will have the name as AppFeature.

Reset to Site Definitions

Next, we have Reset to Site Definitions. Here, if you have any custom page and you want to revert it back to a default page without all custom changes and custom web parts, You need to put the URL of that particular page and reset its particular default layout or if you want all the pages to get Reset, you can choose the other option.

Delete this Site

As the name states, clicking on Delete this Site deletes it.

See you again in the last part of Site Settings coming soon.

Keep learning.

Cheers!

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