Our current migration from MOSS to SP2013 has been interesting, needless to say. Because I am an administrator I never see these little issues. This is one of the latest fires I had to put out. This popped up for different users whenever they would click on new document. At first, I thought it was s permission issue, but that was not it.
To address this issue, I had to add a Page Viewer web part to a page and link to the opened view of the form. Not the most elegant approach, but it works.
Have you ever seen this pop up at the top of your screen in 2013?
This was just one more thing to pop up during our migration from MOSS 2007 to 2013. Fortunately, this is not a big deal. Here is a link to another post explaining how to clear this message and remove the locks on your site.
Turns out that a backup process was kicked off this morning and was not complete when we rebooted the farm. This left us with this nice little pink bar at the top of certain sites. Phew! Not a crisis, just too much migration action.
Sometimes, you will find the need to hide the left nav on a page in one of your sites. You could always click the focus on content button, but then you have to unclick to reset for any other page you browse to.
Hiding the left nav took a little more work in MOSS 2007. You would have to open SharePoint Designer and remove a couple of lines of code. Well, not anymore!
To accomplish this, go to your page and edit it. Add a Script Editor web part to any zone on your page. Add the following script to the web part: