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Well I don't think you are going to be able to use the built in web part, as it references the lists on the blog subsite. What we did to solve this, was to use a content Query webpart with custom XSL to change the layout. Here are some links: Blog Post with good Explanation or just do a google search: ...


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I know this is old, but I was also frustrated, that nobody had done this before. I decided to write my migration script in powershell. If you ever need something like this again, give it a try: http://memyselfandbenchase.blogspot.de/2015/07/migrate-your-wordpress-blog-to.html Hope it helps someone else. Here is the script. Sorry that it is so long. ...


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You can also try to use webpart connections (Filter by URL). To do it, Add the Context filter WebPart to Posts.aspx (URL) Edit it. In "Parameter Name" type ID Click Ok Click Edit webpart -> Connections - > Send Values to -> Posts On the popup, select Filter by (second option) Select ID. Click Finish. It should solve your problem even if you change the ...


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If you want to see the blogs with date image and other summary details, You need to select the view as "Summary View" for the webpart by "Edit Web Part" option. It is working as expected for me.


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I found out the answer to this... It was a mistake on my part. Notice the NamespaceURI and FormUrls <XmlDocument NamespaceURI="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/v3/contenttype/forms"> <FormUrls xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/v3/contenttype/forms/url"> The NamescapeURI was missing the /url in the http link. After ...


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Posts is a customized list which is being used in the blog site. if you see it has columns Title Single line of text Body Multiple lines of text # Comments Lookup Category Lookup Published Date and Time Rating (0-5) Rating (0-5) and so on. So you can create custom list and create these column. but the big question is how you present ...


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Its a Posts web part available under Blog site template. For adding this webpart see the following steps here: http://stevemannspath.blogspot.com/2013/10/sharepoint-2013-adding-blog-to-existing.html


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The Blog web parts/apps can be added to custom pages too, whether they are wiki pages or web part pages doesn't matter. Alternatively the layout can be at least partly changed on each page (with a 'Blog'-layout) part of Posts list. You could e.g. replace the default LHS web part area with your default navigation by replacing the whole <asp:Content ...


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You can always make a copy of the default page layout and edit in designer. You can then create pages from that layout.


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Eric is correct, you cannot add Posts unless the site is created initially as a Blog. I create almost all sites initially as a Blog since you can add all of the Team site features to it after the fact, but you can not add Blog functionality to a team site without building it from the ground up.


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The Posts list is exclusive to the blog sites, a similar app would be an Announcements list.


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When i trying to copy paste the image into word file then its failed. but when i choose the Insert > Picture and load it from my drives.....then its published successfully. try with insert option.


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I just tested this on my environment and its working fine (Sharepoint 2013 on premise and word 2010) Can you please check if you have document library called "Photos" in this blog site? Pictures get automatically saved here. If library is not there you might want to manually create this.



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