- How to clear your cache in Safari
If you are experiencing problems displaying WordPress.com pages, clearing the browser cache is a good first step to try to resolve the issue. The steps below are for Safari version 6 through 8. Basic Method for versions 6 through 8 Step 1: From the Safari menu, choose Reset Safari. Step 2: Make sure Clear History […]
- Browser Notifications
You can receive notifications on your desktop even when you’re not actively using WordPress.com. To turn on WordPress.com notifications in your browser: Step 1 – Make sure you have the latest version of Chrome or Firefox installed. (Note: You can only enable WordPress.com desktop notifications using Google Chrome or Firefox.) Step 2 – Open the […]
- Advanced Browser Troubleshooting
Step-by-step instructions for gathering information to help diagnose possible network issues. Includes steps for generating a traceroute, and to view how resources load when visiting your blog with Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari.
- Browser Issues
Some issues that you encounter with your WordPress.com blog or account can be solved by changing your browser settings, refreshing the page, or clearing the browser cache and cookies.
- Disabling Browser Pop-Up Blockers
WordPress.com occasionally uses pop-up windows to display new pages, but sometimes these pop-ups are blocked by the browser you’re using. The sections below will show you how to unblock these pop-ups in major browsers. Google Chrome Click the menu icon on the toolbar. It looks like this: Click Settings. At the bottom, click Show Advanced Settings. […]
- How to Find Your Theme’s CSS
You can add CSS to customize any theme if you have purchased the WordPress.com Premium or WordPress.com Business plan, which include the Custom Design feature. The theme’s original CSS can be found by using your browser’s web inspector tools. This is the preferred way to view CSS because it’s more comprehensive and will show you all the CSS that […]
- Preview Problems and Third Party Cookies
What is this support document about If you can’t preview your posts, pages, or themes on your blog – you may need to enable third-party cookies in your web browser. ↑ Table of Contents ↑Checking your browser... [third-party-cookies-check] ↑ Table of Contents ↑What are cookies? Cookies, more specifically known as HTTP cookies or Browser Cookies, […]
- Embedding 360° photos and Virtual Reality (VR) Content
WordPress.com supports embedding 360° photos via the following shortcode: This will embed the 360° photo in a viewer that lets users explore the image in the browser, via Google Cardboard, or using VR headsets like Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or Google Daydream. Here’s an example: In addition to embedding 360° photos, you can embed your […]
- How to Add Custom CSS
Custom Design, which is a feature of the WordPress.com Premium and WordPress.com Business plans give you the ability to edit your blog's CSS. This support doc explains how to find and use the CSS editor.
A WordPress Theme is a collection of files that work together to produce a graphical interface with an underlying, unifying design for a blog. WordPress.com currently has a very diverse collection of over 190 gorgeous themes (and we’re always adding more!), which you can browse in the Theme Showcase.