- Deleted Posts and Pages
The Trash feature allows you to remove items without permanently deleting them. If you have previously moved an item to your trash folder, you can restore it within 30 days from the time the item was trashed. After 30 days the posts in trash will be automatically permanently deleted. Another user deleted the post or page […]
Pages are static. They are a good way to publish information that doesn’t change much, like an About page. Pages appear in the Pages widget and in tabs/links across the top of some themes. Pages are not associated with a date/time like posts, nor can you tag or categorize a page.
- Top Posts & Pages Widget
The Top Posts & Pages Widget allows you to display either your most liked posts or up to ten of your most popular posts in the last 48 hours. You can access top posts in the last 48 hours without sharing it on your blog by going to Dashboard -> Blog Stats. Here’s an example […]
- Category Pages
This guide will walk you through how to create category pages for your blog, to display groupings of similar posts on pages other than your front page. You can do this in three simple steps: Assign the same category to all of the posts you want to appear on a given page. Create a custom […]
- Hide Pages
How to hide some of your pages from appearing in the top navigation area of your theme, or in the Pages Widget in the sidebar.
- List Pages Shortcode
The [list-pages], [sibling-pages], and [child-pages] shortcodes are used for easily displaying a list of pages. Using the Shortcodes The [list-pages] shortcode will display all of your pages. The [sibling-pages] shortcode will display all the sibling pages of your current page. Sibling pages are pages that share the same parent page. The [child-pages] shortcode will display […]
- Edit Pages Screen
To edit your blog’s pages, click the Pages menu in your dashboard. It will look something like this: To edit a page, simply click its title. You can also hover over the title and then click Edit. Filtering Pages You can filter the pages displayed using a couple of methods. The first method is using […]
- Pages Widget
The Pages Widget displays your blog’s published pages in your sidebar. This can make it easier for your readers to navigate around your blog.
- Styling Individual Posts and Pages
When you’re working on your WordPress.com site, sometimes you might want to do more tweaking of your post or page layout than you can do with the toolbar buttons in the Visual Editor. That’s where the power of the Text Editor comes in! This article provides a few easy-to-understand tips for how to format your […]
- Site Redirect
Are you leaving WordPress.com? Would you like to redirect yourblogname.wordpress.com (as well as all of your permalinks) to your new domain name? Have you recently changed your blog address and need to redirect traffic to the new name? The Site Redirect upgrade lets you do just that — and managing the redirect couldn't be easier.