Should visitors see all the links and buttons (which can be used only by registered users)?

We are developing a website which requires registration to use some features.

My friend thinks visitors (non-registered users) should not even see the links for those features, because it is confusing.

I think they should see the links and upon clicking they should be redirected to login/registration page, because it will encourage them to register.

What is the best way to handle this?

Ask google to remove thousands of links in its index

I’ve had my website hacked. I have cleaned it and searched google site:site.com and made a list of all the results. Removed the actual links that are ok and made a list of the ones in the format of site.com/ad0-b1fermarte54eb17chb-1244425. I’ve submited these links to Google to remove and Google removed these links.

The problem here is that after my initial search, that resulted in 200 URLs which we’ve removed, other new links appeared out of nowhere. These links don’t actually work anymore and return a 404 page, but Google still has these in its results.

We’ve tried deleting our sitemap and re-submitting it. Google has crawled it, but again, it has not removed the dummy search results.

Looking in our google webmaster console, we saw that in the coverage tab the number of indexed links spiked from 230 (normal usage) to 10.900 links – I’m guessing these are all dummy links that were infected and now cleaned.

Any magic way of having Google remove dead links automatically? Or a way to force it to recrawl the entire website?

Thank you!

Url query filtering links not working in modern Sharepoint?

In classic SP tacking a url query onto a page containing a list was a handy way of filtering the content:

 page.aspx?FilterField1=<internal field name>&FilterValue1=<value> 

This no longer works in modern. I’ve tried:

  • adding the query to the news.aspx page:/_layouts/15/news.aspx?FilterField1=&FilterValue1=
  • creating a new page with an unfiltered news web part on it and creating a link with the above query added to the url

Has anyone found a way to get this to work? The alternative is to manually create a page with a filtered news web part on it but that doesn’t seem very “modern”.

Url query filtering links not working in modern Sharepoint?

In classic SP tacking a url query onto a page containing a list was a handy way of filtering the content:

 page.aspx?FilterField1=<internal field name>&FilterValue1=<value> 

This no longer works in modern. I’ve tried:

  • adding the query to the news.aspx page:/_layouts/15/news.aspx?FilterField1=&FilterValue1=
  • creating a new page with an unfiltered news web part on it and creating a link with the above query added to the url

Has anyone found a way to get this to work? The alternative is to manually create a page with a filtered news web part on it but that doesn’t seem very “modern”.

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Hide Edit Links in Navigation for users with Contribute permission levels

I have users with contribute access level and read access level in my sharepoint 2013 publishing site, users with Read access don’t see Edit Links in top Navigation but users with Contribute access see Edit Links. How can I hide Edit links for users with contribute access?

Manage website is already unchecked for contribute access level users. Is there anything else that i am missing in site permissions?

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Thanks,

Promoted Links and New Experience

I have a “promoted links” list that has one view.. Tile.

I also have a New Experience page. When designing this page I have added a list preview widget, from which I am provided many lists that I can enable, however my promoted links list does not show up as an option.

Why does the list preview not show as an option for designers when building a New Experience page?