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Customizing Post.aspx on SharePoint 2010

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I have a blog site and I am trying to customize the Post.aspx page. I have added additional web parts showing content from other libraries with lookups to the blog posts. Web parts are connected on the page so if blog post #1 is shown web parts will show content related to #1.

It was initially working fine. Then I customized blog.xsl to hide the column showing the date and web part connections are not working anymore. Any idea how to fix it?
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by:Jamie McAllister MVP
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Roll back the XSL change and hide the column with script instead?
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by:MisUszatek
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Any chance you could provide me a script to do that?
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