- Privacy Settings
The Privacy Settings control who can and cannot view your blog. You can make your site public, private, or block it from search engines.
- Private User Data
- Search Engines
This support page covers why your blog might not be in Google, how to include your blog in — or remove your blog from — Google search results after changing your privacy settings, and meta tags and sitemaps.
- Find a Setting
All types of goodies can be found in the last couple sections of the bottom left hand side of your dashboard. We’ve listed some of the most useful tasks below. Adding Plugins & Uploading Themes Adding plugins and uploading themes are features unique to self-hosted installations of the WordPress.org software. We don’t allow them here […]
WordPress.com allows you to geotag your user profile and posts. That means you can assign an earthly location to your account and to each of your posts. Turn Geotagging On To start geotagging, you must first activate the feature in your profile. Go to your blog’s admin and click Users → Personal Settings from the […]
- Text Messaging
Note: the Text Messaging upgrade has been discontinued.
- Preview Problems and Third Party Cookies
What is this support document about If you can’t preview your posts, pages, or themes on your blog – you may need to enable third-party cookies in your web browser. Checking your browser… [third-party-cookies-check] ↑ Table of Contents ↑What are cookies? Cookies, more specifically known as HTTP cookies or Browser Cookies, are small bits of […]
- Account Settings
Your account settings at WordPress.com can be accessed from WordPress.com by going to your Gravatar image in the upper right and clicking Settings in the drop-down menu. You can also click on your name and Gravatar in the admin bar on any WordPress.com site. Account Options Username: This is your current username. You can change […]
- 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 […]
- Private Information
We consider publication of certain information to be a privacy violation. Information that we consider to be private include: Social Security or national ID numbers (e.g. passport) credit card numbers IP addresses unlisted/non-public physical addresses, email addresses, or phone numbers birth dates If you find private information published on a WordPress.com blog, you can report it from […]