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Since in SharePoint 2013 was introduced Client Side Rendering that represents HTML/JavaScript rendering framework for list views & forms (follow, for example, this article for an introduction), below is demonstrated how invoke a custom code in OnPostRender event: SP.SOD.executeFunc("clienttemplates.js", "SPClientTemplates", function() { function ...


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You can test the HTML Placeholder where the blog post will append. While it's empty don't do anything. When the content is there, execute your code. Just use a function with a setTimeout that calls itself and that tests if the content arrived. Make sense?


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Perhaps this will work for you. It's worth a try $(window).load(function(){ //your code } This triggers after everything is loaded according to the jQuery docs. However this does not include asynchronous loading according to the docs below. http://learn.jquery.com/using-jquery-core/document-ready/ Another trick (in SharePoint 2010 at least) is to ...


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Have you tried this <script language="javascript"> _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("StartFunction"); function StartFunction() { alert('Init'); } </script> Update function LoadAfterFunction(){ //your code } ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(LoadAfterFunction, "sp.ui.blogs.js")


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Their are many ways to get this done, but in your case and simple & best way is using the RSS feed. You can enable any SharePoint list (including document libraries, calendars, task lists, blogs and wiki libraries) to provide an RSS feed. You have options to select which columns are provided in the feed (like title, date and author) and you can ...


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The easiest solution is to reactivate BlogHomePage feature (E4639BB7-6E95-4E2F-B562-03B832DD4793). It will re-populate the homepage with new default.aspx with all webparts.



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