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In order to enable Enterprise Metadata for Posts follow the steps below: go to Blogs list select List Settings and then Enterprise Metadata and Keywords Settings , enable Enterprise Keywords


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From the same article you linked to: Note: Usage reports are only available for Document Libraries and Product Catalog lists. I don't want to believe that's true, but it seems to match the observed behaviour of SharePoint 2013 :-(


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A bit late to share this information but someone might find this helpfull. I found that the easiest way to add a comments field to a public blog was to simply add http://disqus.com/ so people can leave response by using: Facebook-, google-, twitter- or Disqus accounts. Their API was easy to just Copy&Paste and change some ID's in the script.


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In SharePoint 2013 Blog site, all posts are stored in "Posts" List. This list has a column "LikedBy" which stores the Users who has liked that post.


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In SharePoint 2013 from your blog, you can select the manage posts link which will list out all your posts. Then you can hover over the smiley face and a popup will show the names of who liked your post.


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Once anonymous access is granted to the web appliaction and the site, the List Settings (of the Blog Comments list) should have an option in the ribbon for Anonymous Access. Use that button to allow anonymous to write to the list. However - I would strongly caution against this. There are many areas of SharePoint that really should not be exposed to ...


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As I had said in my comment, try checking the CSS rule associated with #suiteBarLeft. It might well be overridden by some other property which is giving it blue color. Try setting the property using Inspector tools will help you find the issue easily. #suiteBarLeft { background-color:red !important; } //you may want to use !important for applying ...


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SharePoint 2013 MySite quick launch components as below: About me(person.aspx) & NewsFeed(default.aspx) are two pages in the same site collection root site.This site collection will be common for all users. Apps and Blog are 2 seperate sub sites in another Site Collection ie personal Site Collection of each user. Clicking on "Apps" will take you to ...


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Does the blog site have publishing enabled? You should be able to switch to your custom masterpage after enabling publishing. Instead of activating Publishing and changing the MasterPage through Site Settings, you could do it via PowerShell $w = get-spweb http://<yourserver>/sites/parentsite/blogsite $w.CustomMasterURL = <<your custom master ...



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