SharePoint 2013 O365: Display top navigation on search results page

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  Elio Struyf has created a handy piece of JavaScript that will display the global navigation on your search results page as by default its hidden. <script> var refElm = document.getElementsByClassName(‘ms-searchCenter-refinement’); if (refElm.length > 0) {   // Unhide the title row   document.getElementById(‘s4-titlerow’).setAttribute(‘style’, ‘display:block !important’);   // Set the Site Title   document.getElementById(‘DeltaPlaceHolderPageTitleInTitleArea’).innerHTML = … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 O365: Display top navigation on search results page

How the default Document Properties in Office documents used in the default MOSS 2007 SearchCenter search results

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1) MOSS2007 uses the “Comments” field (from Document Properties) as its description. 2) MOSS2007 does not search the keywords assigned to an Office document via Document Properties. 3) For Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents, if you search for a word that appears in the document’s description (aka the “Comments” field), then the description is displayed … Continue reading How the default Document Properties in Office documents used in the default MOSS 2007 SearchCenter search results