- 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 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 […]
- Private User Data
- Page Visibility
The Visibility area of the Publish module gives you the option to make a page public, password protected, or completely private.
- Post Visibility
The Visibility area of the Publish module is used to set who can read the post. You can also stick a post to the front page, password protect a post, or set a post to private so it's only visible to Editors and Administrators of the blog.
- Unwanted Comments and Comment Spam
There are many ways to protect your WordPress.com blogs from unwanted comments: WordPress.com blogs are protected by the Akismet comment spam filter. You can control whether comments are automatically approved or if they need to be reviewed before they are published. You can add rules for comment moderation to control which comments get marked as […]
- Register a New Domain
On WordPress.com, you can register a custom domain (for example, yourgroovydomain.com) and use it instead of your blog's current address (such as yourgroovysite.wordpress.com). Your old address will still work, but we will automatically redirect traffic from your old address to your new one. Domain Registration is a paid upgrade that costs $18 per domain ($25 for .me domains), per blog, per year.
- 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 […]
- User Roles
Learn the four user roles when adding several people to contribute to your blog (Administrator, Editor, Author, and Contributor).
- 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.