When you delete a post, page, or comment from your blog, it will be moved to the Trash folder. You have separate trash folders for posts, pages and comments. This feature makes it extremely difficult to accidentally delete a post or page from your WordPress.com blog. Items within your trash folders can be restored or […]
- 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 […]
- Edit Posts Screen
To edit your blog’s posts, click the Posts menu in your dashboard. You’ll see something like this: Filtering Posts You can filter the posts displayed using several methods. The first method is using the links at the top of the screen. You may also see Private and Pending Review links. The next method is using […]
- Manage Comments
WordPress.com blog owners have full control to approve, delete, or edit the comments left on their blog. There are separate help pages showing how to enable and disable comments and how to control who can comment. To manage comments, go to the Comments link in the left menu of your blog dashboard. Viewing Your Comments […]
- 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 […]
Your blog lives and breathes, with Notifications you can check its pulse. This support doc explains what Notifications are and how you can access and interact with them.
- Move a Domain Using Custom A Records
There are a few different methods for using a domain registered through WordPress.com with a different host. This article walks you through doing this by pointing your domain through a custom A records. This method is recommended for pointing your domain to sites hosted by providers such as Tumblr and Squarespace, which do not support […]
The Dashboard is the first screen you see when you log into the administration area of your blog. The main idea of the dashboard is to give you a place where you can get an at-a-glance overview of what’s happening with your blog. This support doc covers the various modules that make up the Dashboard.
Posts, which are always associated with a date, are what make your blog a blog. They’re servings of content that are listed in reverse chronological order (newest to oldest) on your blog’s front page. Covers the ways to publish a post, where to edit a post, and how to delete a post.
- Text Messaging
Note: the Text Messaging upgrade has been discontinued.