Tuesday, 3 February 2009
User XSL to customise the blog entry
Now to make further customisations to our blog project we open Office Designer and enter the URL of the web page in Open Site.
Desginer shows the content of SharePoint pages in a WSYWYG tool.
This gives you the ability to edit the XSL code that presents the blog information. You can work with the graphic editor, but I would imagine anyone who is ready to play around with XSL code will know enough to work with the back-end code. It's pretty clean XSL and, as you can see here, adding a new one is fairly simple
So you can customise your blog page to, say, have the categories show up on the top, like with Blogger.com.