- My Blogs
Covers the My Blogs section in your Dashboard, the main menu (top right) in the admin bar, and the My Blogs tab on the WordPress.com home page. Also: view your user role for each blog, toggle the visibility or change the ordering of your blogs that appears under My Blogs on the WordPress.com home page and admin bar, select your Primary blog, view stats for each blog, toggle Post by Email, register/leave/transfer a blog, or change a blog address.
- Smiley on Your Blog
In order to tell you all the cool stats about how many visitors you’ve had, which of your posts are most popular, and how people get to your site, we need a way to track things. We’re able to collect this information by loading a small image to your page when someone looks at it. […]
- Build a Lifestyle Blog Tutorial
This guide is designed to help you build a lifestyle blog. It will help you to: Choose a theme. Add content to your site. Add some extra features that work best for a lifestyle blog. These are the instructions that were used to design this live demo site: lifestyleblogdemo.wordpress.com. Here’s what the final site looks like: […]
- Set Up a Multilingual Blog
Note: WordPress.com also has an automatic translate feature using the Google Translate widget. You can find more information about that here. Do you want to create a multilingual blog? Here are three different ways you can set up your blog if you have content in multiple languages: Option 1: One Blog, One Post You can […]
- Blog Subscription Shortcode
The [blog_subscription_form] shortcode is used to easily display a blog subscription form on a post or page. This lets readers sign up to receive email updates whenever a new post is made. The form is a bit different depending on whether or not the user is logged into a WordPress.com account: Form for Logged-in Visitors […]
- Recycling Blog Addresses (URLs)
For the most part, we cannot recycle or reassign site addresses (URLs) which may appear to be abandoned. We respect bloggers’ ownership of their content and therefore will not move or delete a site without its owners consent — no matter how long it has been since their last update. Sites already deleted by their […]
- Create a Blog or Website
Whether you’re starting your first blog, or a professional site, or looking to add a new site to your existing account, registering is easy! Signing Up for Your First WordPress.com site To sign up for your first WordPress.com site, simply fill out the signup form. Your site address can include lowercase letters (a-z) and numbers. ↑ Table of Contents […]
- Set Up Your Blog in Five Steps
Congrats, you’ve registered your blog — maybe you’ve even published your first post! Run through these five steps to make sure you love the way your blog looks, and wow all your new readers. 1. Update your title and tagline. You chose a URL like http://myawesomeblog.wordpress.com when you registered, but your blog’s title can be […]
- Following Blogs
When you follow a blog on WordPress.com, all new posts from that site will appear in your Reader, where you can view all the latest posts published across all the blogs you follow. You’ll also receive notifications of new posts by email. This support doc outlines the various ways to follow new blogs and manage the ones you currently follow.
- 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.