The modern SharePoint Online supports Three page layouts:
- Home Page Layout – Used by the landing page, comes with no banner on the top.
- Article Page Layout – Default page layout for modern pages, comes with a top banner.
- Single Part App Page Layout – To host a single web part
If you want to change the page layout, there are no UI ways to do it as of today! However, PowerShell can help:
PnP PowerShell to Change the Page Layout in SharePoint Online:
We wanted a top banner to appear on the Home page! So here is the PowerShell to set the page layout for a modern SharePoint Online page.
#Parameters $SiteURL = "https://crescent.sharepoint.com/sites/knowledgehub" $PageName = "Home.aspx" $PageLayout = "Article" #Home, Article, SingleWebPartApp #Connect to PnP Online Connect-PnPOnline -Url $SiteURL -Interactive #Set the Page Layout Set-PnPPage -Identity $PageName -LayoutType $PageLayout
If you are using the Legacy PnP PowerShell module, use “Set-PnPClientSidePage” instead of “Set-PnPPage” cmdlet in the above script. My home page layout changed to Article page with a banner:
Here is a related post to change the page layout from Home to Article: How to Remove the Top Banner from SharePoint Online Modern Pages?