- Advanced Browser Troubleshooting
Step-by-step instructions for gathering information to help diagnose possible network issues. Includes steps for generating a traceroute, and to view how resources load when visiting your blog with Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari.
- How to Find Your Theme’s CSS
You can add CSS to customize any theme if you have purchased the Custom Design upgrade. The theme’s original CSS can be found by using your browser’s web inspector tools. This the preferred way to view CSS because it’s more comprehensive and will show you all the CSS that applies rather than just a subset […]
- Browser Issues
Some issues that you encounter with your WordPress.com blog or account can be solved by changing your browser settings, refreshing the page, or clearing the browser cache and cookies.
- Multi-file vs. Browser Uploader
It’s as easy as ever to upload files to your blog’s Media Library. Which uploader you see will depend on what your browser supports. If your browser has HTML5 upload support such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox or Safari, you will see the drag and drop uploader. If your browser doesn’t have HTML5 uploading […]
- Media – Add New
By clicking Add New on the Media menu you can upload images, audio files, videos and other files to your Media Library without having to start a new post. The Add New screen lists your allowed file types, allows you to select files to upload, and shows your remaining upload space. Note that to upload audio files […]
- 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 […]
Add audio files to your blog by uploading supported filetypes (.mp3, .m4a, .ogg, or .wav) somewhere on the internet and use the audio shortcode, buy the Space Upgrade to upload directly to your blog, create a download link to the file hosted elsewhere, or embed the SoundCloud AudioPlayer. You can also create a playlist, and customize the color and size of the audio player (Flash or HTML5)
Learn how to upload images from your computer, insert an existing image that already exists on another website or domain into your post/page, insert an image you've already uploaded into your Media Library, or use Zemanta
The VideoPress upgrade allows you to upload videos from your computer for hosting and playback directly within your blog (or on another site you can designate). Once you purchase it, you can upload a video file to your WordPress.com site with the Add Media button, or to the Media Library. Also covers VideoPress stats, and an FAQ section.
- Editing CSS
The Custom Design upgrade gives you the ability to edit your blog's CSS. This support doc explains how to find and use the CSS editor.