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Add Web Part button missing. Is this a bug?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
We have customized masterpage and CSS for SharePoint 2010 Server Ent portal. Customization involves making page fixed width for 1000 pixels with top picture including corporate logo. We have occasionally problem to add web parts and problem does not come up everytime. Have you ever seen problem like this? Is this a bug in the SharePoint or bug in our customized user interface? 1. Edit Page 2. Add a Web Part 3. I can see Categories and Web Parts, but Add and Cancel buttons are missing 3. Stop Editing. 4. I repeat process 1-3. Sometime I have repeated 8 times and then its started to work.Kenny_I


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