Sep 06 2022 01:28 AM
Sep 06 2022 01:28 AM
Hello, I'm posting the same question again as I haven't received any feedback. Maybe this time someone will be able to help me out :)
Hi, a few weeks ago I've taken over creating an intranet from scratch for my organisation. Previously there was an intranet but it was very mismanaged and cluttered with all kinds of files and folders. The problem I have is that someone who was creating the previous intranet, has somehow (likely by writing code) set a template for all organisation's sites and pages so that whenever I create one, whether I choose a blank or one of microsoft's template for it, the navigation bar always looks the same, as in the background color is the same, font of tab names is the same, the highlight color when i hover over a tab is the same and also there's always the same logo, which is mistakenly linked to a wrong outside page (I also don't know how to change that). These are the things I'd like to change. The things that I can do are add new tabs to the navigation bar and change their order, however I do not see an "Edit" button on the navigation menu and I have to do that through site's settings which also is troublesome. After analyzing the site by pressing F12 I noticed that underneath this template there is a theme color that I've set for the site. The site's I'm making are all Modern Community Sites connected to one Hub Site which will be the Home site as well as a root site when all work is done. I've also contacted Microsoft Support, however after many attempts and 3 weeks of correspondence, they were not able to help me and finally redirected me here. I'll be grateful for any help or tips. Thanks in advance!
Sep 06 2022 01:52 AM - edited Sep 06 2022 01:53 AM
Hi @NanddeepNachan, first of all thanks for replying to my question.
And yes, I am using a site theming which I uploaded myself via powershell sharepoint management tool, however it does not affect the navigation menu. As I mentioned in my query, the navigation menu look is some kind of an overlay and underneath it lays the site theming that I've set. My goal is to get rid of this "overlay". Do You possibly have any ideas how to do it?
Sep 06 2022 02:20 AM
@NanddeepNachan In the attachment You can find the screenshot. The theme set for my site is this green color as seen on the upper navigation bar (hub navigation). In the red rectangle is a navigation menu that has mentioned "overlay" which I'm trying to turn off.
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@Marcinll Are these sites associated with hub site and inherits theme settings from hub site?
Is there any power automate flow other automation tool applying theme to sites on site creation?
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