01-05-2021 04:49 AM
01-05-2021 04:49 AM
We have this weird thing at one of our customers that the SharePoint site-footer logo displays the name of the logo next to it. This is not the case when I'am logged in as an admin, but when I log in like a normal user, they see that.
This is what the admin sees (logo is blurred):
This is what a user (readonly) sees (logo and part of the name is blurred):
How can I prevent SharePoint from displaying that filename/title? It is not a huge problem, but it looks very buggy like this.
Thanks to you all in advance.
01-05-2021 02:50 PM
@Kris van Riet
In the source code, the element might have properties (including the title), is the admin and end-user using the same browser?
Try to check the source code for where the file is included, see if there are properties that includes the title of the file.
01-05-2021 10:42 PM
Strange... Is there any customization applied on this SharePoint site (maybe using SharePoint framework)?
Also, check if anything is added to "Display name", refer below image:
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01-06-2021 02:36 AM
@ganeshsanap thank you for your reply.
There are none customization's in the framework. The only non-OOTB things we use are some webparts that add extra functionality. But the problem with the footer-logo existed already before we used any custom webparts from an app catalog site.
I've tried different browsers and incognito, but it presents no difference.
As an admin, everything works as it should be, as an user (readonly) the problem occurs. I have reviewed the sourcecode in Edge, and this is the difference I see:
As an admin:
As an user (readonly):
As you can see, an extra SPAN is added in the code for the user with read only rights.
Hope this helps in understanding the issue.