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Here is a straight-forward guide. The issue is to show XSL code, which is ghosted. You can show them by touching XSL-driven layout in WYSIWYG editor of SharePoint Designer 2010, but Post.aspx requires ID parameter to show a Post XsltListViewWebpart. Open Post.aspx on All Files/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx in SharePoint Designer 2010 There is no XSL code. It's ...
If the question is limited to if you can do it without sharepoint designer, I'd wager that you theoretically could do this with custom code within a CEWP, but you may have to carry this change throughout all subsites as the CEWP only really works on that specific page where it's located. Also, make sure to use Important! tags when possible. As far as ...
Theoretically, you should be able to do this. The field you want to explore is _moderationstatus. Here someone has listed all the status values.
This is the OOTB functionality, probably based on the thought that you might use the same pictures in more than one place, even in other places than a blog post. If that is the case, and SharePoint just deletes the image on post deletion, you would get corrupt image links in all other places referencing that particular image file. You could write an ...
The Alert Feature should works. You can get an email every time the post is update
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