- General Settings
The General Settings let you change many of the items that control how your blog is displayed, such as the title, tagline, timezone, and date/time formats.
- Schedule a Post
You can schedule blog posts to automatically publish themselves at any time in the future by following the instructions in this support doc.
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- Schedule a Page
You can schedule pages to automatically publish themselves at any time in the future. If you want to remove an already published page and automatically republish it at a specific time/date in the future, the directions are the same. Scheduling a Page In the Publish module to the right of the page editor, click Edit […]
- Editing With Multiple Authors
Blogs with multiple authors may have more than one person working on posts or pages at the same time. WordPress has a built in safe-guard from any conflicts this might cause. If you begin editing a post that someone else is working on, a warning will display at the top of the screen to let […]
To use the graphic smilies supported at WordPress.com, go to Settings -> Writing and check the box next to Convert emoticons like :-) and :-P to graphics on display.
- Infinite Scroll
Infinite Scroll is a feature that loads the next set of posts automatically when visitors approach the bottom of the home page or posts page. It’s designed to help visitors read through many posts without effort. Infinite scroll is gradually being added to all themes that can benefit from it. You can see a list of themes that currently feature Infinite Scroll in the Theme Directory. Also, learn how to disable Infinite Scroll.
On WordPress.com, you can use shortcodes to embed a recipe with consistent formatting, basic metadata, and an option to print. Embedding a Recipe To add a recipe to your site, start with the [recipe] shortcode. Everything between the opening [recipe] and closing [/recipe] tags will be set apart as the recipe on your page. You […]
Videos are a great way to enhance your blog posts. We use videos all the time on the WordPress.com News blog and in our Support documentation. So can you.