- WordPress.com and WordPress.org
WordPress.com is a hosting platform that makes it easy for anyone to publish online and is different from WordPress.org. This support doc explains the diferences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org to help you decide which one is best for you.
- Translation FAQ
Getting Started Who translates WordPress.com? How can I get involved? Anyone can help by suggesting new translations. Thanks for helping us spread the awesomeness of WordPress.com around the world! What do I get out of it? Our undying gratitude, deeper knowledge of WordPress.com, UI in your language, helping other bloggers who also speak your language, […]
- FTP Access
We do not allow FTP (File Transfer Protocol) access to any WordPress.com blogs. This covers alternatives to using FTP with your WordPress.com blog.
- WordPress Logos
If you would like to show your support for WordPress with a button or image on your blog, the Logos and Graphics page on WordPress.org has a large selection to choose from. There are many different colors and sizes available, including versions that work great as wallpapers for your computer or phone. In addition to […]
- Moving a Blog
Learn how to: change your current WordPress.com blog URL to another (blogA.wordpress.com to blogB.wordpress.com), move from WordPress.org, move to WordPress.org, transfer your WordPress.com blog to another owner, or set up a Site Redirect to your new domain.
- Uploading Custom Themes
Because of the way WordPress.com’s technical infrastructure is designed, we are not able to support uploading of custom WordPress themes, even if you purchased an upgrade.
It's your content; you can do whatever you like with it. This support doc explains the various ways to transfer your content to another blog or platform and explains how to backup your site.
We support importing your blog content from a variety of other blogging platforms, including Blogger, Tumblr, Israblog, LiveJournal, Movable Type, Typepad, Posterous, and Yahoo! 360.
- 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 […]