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I am trying to modify the view from of a default blog. Our company requires to brand the look and feel. I have found several good resources online and they all involve modifying blog.xsl.

This is usually found in program files/common files/microsoft shared/web server extensions/14/template/layouts/xsl

My issue is that we are on SharePoint Online, so we do not have access to this file. Now, I know that via the blog webpart on Posts.aspx, I can set it to use another XSL. My issue is that I do not have the 2013 blog.xsl to start with.

Is there a gentle soul out there to please make it available for download?

  • I'd love to know this as well, if anybody has any ideas? – user39735 May 5 '15 at 5:13
  • I ultimately had to go to a demo onsite install and grab it from there. – malteseKnight May 6 '15 at 9:06
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The equivalent URL in SharePoint Online (Office 365) would be

<siteCollectionURL>/_layouts/xsl/blog.xsl

as in

https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/MyBlog/_layouts/xsl/blog.xsl

A standard blog.xsl file is publicly available in my dropbox on URL https://www.dropbox.com/s/iav276drxv9rqdz/blog.xsl?dl=0

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