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Views are specific to the webpart or page that shows the content. That does not reflect the rest of the webparts that show the underlying content. You need to edit the webpart, or change the view of the webpart that is listing the blog posts. Each page the content is on could potentially have their own view unless you tie it all to one named view. Just edit ...


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Since Body field is a Rich-Text field, the below example demonstrates how safely to truncate Html content. In the specified example, text content is retrieved first and then text is truncated. Template file (Blogs.js) (function () { var rCtx = {}; rCtx.Templates = {}; rCtx.Templates.Fields = { 'Body': { 'View' : renderHeadline } ...


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Here's the solution to fix the post web part on the Post.aspx site. Delete faulty "Post" web part. Add a new post web part (this will display a list of all posts) Edit the web part by changing the view property to "". Under Appearance setting, set the Chrome Type to None Click on apply, then OK. Open SharePoint Designer, navigate to the Post.aspx page ...



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