In this SharePoint Online tutorial, we will discuss how to change master page in SharePoint Online Office 365.
By using a master page, you can set the look and feel of a SharePoint site. There are different ways we can create master pages in SharePoint Online. Like you can create a master page using SharePoint designer 2013, SharePoint design manager, or even we can use visual studio.
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Microsoft has already provided various ways to change the master page in SharePoint Online.
Let us check step by step how to change master page in SharePoint Online.
Now, we will see how to change master page in SharePoint Online by using the out of box feature from the browser itself.
Step 1: Log in to your SharePoint Online site -> Site settings -> click on the Master page Under Look and Feel.
Note: Make sure you should have the SharePoint server publishing feature should be enabled.
Step 2: By default you can see two master pages: seattle and oslo in the dropdown.
If you have created any custom master pages in SharePoint, those will also appear in the same dropdown.
Step 3: Now my Default master page already set as Seattle.master. So if I want to change it to oslo.master or any other master page then we have to select it here and click on OK to set as default master page.
This is how you can change master page to oslo in SharePoint Online.
Now, we will see how to change the master page using SharePoint Designer in SharePoint Online.
Step 1: Log in to the SharePoint Designer 2013 -> Go to the Master Page section -> Select the Master page -> Set as default Master Page.
Now, we will see how to change master page from the master page gallery in SharePoint Online.
If you have created a SharePoint Online master page using SharePoint designer or SharePoint design manager, then you can upload it here.
In order to set a new master page will have to upload it to the Master page Library which is located at https://domain.sharepoint.com/_catalogs/masterpage
To assign the master page to your SharePoint Site, Go to Site Settings > Design Manager > Publish and Apply Design > Assign master pages to your site based on the device channel.
Choose your Master page from the dropdown, specify whether you want to “Reset all subsites to inherit this site master page setting” or not. Then hit OK.
After a refresh you should see your new master page in action in the SharePoint Online site.
Note: Sometime Master page option will disappear in the SharePoint site so don’t worry at that time, Just go to the Site feature and activate the publishing feature.
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In this SharePoint tutorial, we learned how to change master page in SharePoint Online.
Rajkiran is currently working as a SharePoint Consultant in India . Rajkiran having 7+ years of experience in Microsoft Technologies such as SharePoint 2019/2016/2013/2010, MOSS 2007,WSS 3.0, Migration, Asp.Net, C#.Net, Sql Server, Ajax, jQuery etc.He is C#Corner MVP (2 Times).
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