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Old May 18th, 2011, 04:29 PM
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Question Chapter 18 branding walk through question...


I am going through Chapter 18 and have a question... I have created a new "publishing portal" site and am going through the example on how to add a custom header image to the site. What I confused on is that - even though I have verified that the site is using the "v4.master" master page, I am not getting any navigation (quick launch) on the left side of the pages... is this expected?

Ultimately, as I am building out a new Intranet site for my organization, I like the standard look and feel of SP 2010 team sites... I just want to tweak it to include our corporate banner at the top (pretty much the example in chapter 18). I am curious if I really need to have a publishing site to achieve this? Maybe I should be approaching this differently?


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I think the default initial publishing portal page layout hides the quick launch. Try changing the page layout to like article or something.

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