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- 02/21/2013 at 12:13 pm #5370
Typo correction: "As you can see in my example below, users are being given information that is irrelevant."
- 02/21/2013 at 12:27 pm #6086
You can use the Configuration Editor tool to hide completely the QWP ribbon.
Please note that this option applies on the web application level so all site collections and sites will be impacted.
See attached the option and check out docs for more details.
If you have any questions please let me know.
- 02/21/2013 at 12:30 pm #6085
Thanks, ! I will give that a try and come back with an update.
- 02/26/2013 at 10:31 am #6084
This configuration change worked… for me. For my co-worker (who actually made the change), it did not work. It is still showing the Quest ribbon for him. Some caching issue maybe?
- 02/26/2013 at 10:42 am #4335
In 2010, a web part page that includes Quest web parts has a set of tabs at the top (see image) that identify all the Quest web parts on that page. I don’t know why this is necessary and I can see it being confusing to our users. Is there any simple way to hide this? As you can see in my example below, users be given information that is irrelevant. They do not need to know that I have included a webpart called “pageFooter” on the page; just seeing the webpart itself is sufficient. Thanks!
(This seems to apply to QWP 5.7 as well as to “QuickApps” 6.0.
- 02/26/2013 at 10:42 am #6083
You can try an iisreset and also double check that you changed the right web.config file.
Also, this change has to be performed on all your WFE servers.
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