1.If you are not at the root of your site, under Site Collection Administration, click Go to top level site settings.

2.On the Site Settings page, under Site Collection Administration, click Site collection features.

3.On the Site Collection Features page, next to Office SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure, click Activate. Now the navigation link should show up under look and feel.

About Lei

I am an IT specialist with over 10 year experience - years on Automation, on-Premise or Azure.

I am happy to develop however never want be a full time developer. Only do what I have to do. If it has to be PowerShell,HTML, PHP, CSS, C#, VBS or JS, front end or backend, so be it, doesn't matter!

Spent years with Windows, SCCM, SharePoint, SQL and Exchange servers. For last several years, I have been actively working under On Premise > Azure environment.

THERE IS NO WAY BACK!!!

Current Certificates:
    Microsoft® Certified-
  • -Enterprise Administrator
  • -Database Administrator
  • -SharePoint Administrator
  • -Administering and Deploying SCCM 2012
Red Hat Certified Technician
ITIL V3 Foundation - Practitioner

Working on Azure Certificates now and hopefully they can stop upgrading their questions one day! GIVE ME A BREAK!

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