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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Maintaining Site Title and Top Menu When Changing the Ribbon Tab

By default, when you work with a SharePoint site based on the v4.master page and you click the ribbon’s Page tab, or edit a page, the site’s logo, title, and top-level navigation sections are hidden (see Figure 17.71).

Figure 17.71 The view when the ribbon’s Page tab is selected.

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You want to change that behavior so that the site logo, title, and top-level navigation remain when the Page tab is activated, similar to that shown in Figure 17.72 where the Browse tab is selected.

Figure 17.72 The view when the ribbon’s Browse tab is selected.

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