- Posts I Like Widget
The Posts I Like Widget allows you to list the most recent posts that you have ‘Liked’ on WordPress.com so that you can help your readers discover more good posts. Here’s an example of what it looks like: Once you add the widget to your sidebar from the Customizer, you’ll see the following widget settings: […]
Note: Some of the instructions from this guide are referring to the WP Admin dashboard. You can get to this dashboard by adding /wp-admin to the end of your site’s url (e.g.: example.wordpress.com/wp-admin) The Like button is an easy way to show appreciation for a post: Simply click it, and your Gravatar will appear next […]
- Comment Likes
Comment Likes: how to like others’ comments and control how Comment Likes appear on your site. The Comment Like button is an easy way to show appreciation for a comment: simply click it to like, and click it again to unlike. Every WordPress.com blog includes the Comment Likes system, although you can control whether Comment Likes display […]
At the bottom of each post and page, you can now include sharing buttons for your readers to share your content across a range of social networks/services. Learn how to add a customize your sharing services and settings, disable sharing on specific posts, toggle the Like button, add your own service, view sharing stats, and add similar functionality to your self-hosted WordPress.org site with Jetpack.
- Recent Comments Widget
The Recent Comments widget is a sidebar tool that displays the most recent comments readers have left on your blog. Here’s an example of what it looks like: Once you add the widget to your sidebar from the Customizer → Widgets, you’ll see that the widget settings look like this: Title Set the title that will […]
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.
- Manage My Profile
Gravatar profiles power WordPress.com accounts. If you have a WordPress.com account, you have a Gravatar profile. It can be managed either from within your WordPress.com Dashboard at Users -> My Profile , in the Settings tab on the WordPress.com home page, or over at Gravatar. Your WordPress.com login information will allow you to log in at Gravatar.com.
- Build a Site to Help Sell Your House Tutorial
This guide is designed to help you build a simple website to advertise your house for sale.You can see the live demo site that was built using these instructions here. The demo has been built using the free plan. If there are a few more features you’d like, such as a custom domain name, consider purchasing a […]
Snapguide is a website and iOS app for people to create and share step-by-step how-to guides. The service provides easy to understand instructions for a wide array of topics including cooking, do-it-yourself projects, fashion tips, life hacks, tech tips, and more. Embedding with a URL To quickly embed a guide from Snapguide, copy the guide’s […]
- Selecting a Strong Password
The weakest point in any security for your online accounts is usually your password. At WordPress.com, we go to great lengths to make sure your content is secure, protected, and can’t be accessed by anyone other than you. But if someone else is able to guess or retrieve your password, they bypass almost every security measure […]