- Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events is a widget and a shortcode. It allows you to use an iCalendar link to display a list of events on your WordPress.com site. This feature can be used for any kind of event list, but it was created especially with musicians in mind so they can rock the web with a list of […]
- Time Settings
You can update the time settings for your site in your Dashboard under Settings » General. 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) Change Timezone You can update the […]
- General Settings
The General Settings let you change many of the items that control how your blog is displayed, such as the title, tagline, timezone, and date/time formats.
- Schedule a Post
You can schedule blog posts to automatically publish themselves at any time in the future by following the instructions in this support doc.
- Schedule a Page
You can schedule pages to automatically publish themselves at any time in the future. If you want to remove an already published page and automatically republish it at a specific time/date in the future, the directions are the same. Scheduling a Page In the menu to the left of the page editor, click the calendar icon on the […]
The Settings menu of your blog is where you will configure everything about how the blog works and functions.
- Infinite Scroll
Infinite Scroll is a feature that loads the next set of posts automatically when visitors approach the bottom of the home page or posts page. It’s designed to help visitors read through many posts without effort. Infinite scroll is gradually being added to all themes that can benefit from it. You can see a list of themes that currently feature Infinite Scroll in the Theme Directory. Also, learn how to disable Infinite Scroll.
Twitch.tv, commonly known as Twitch, is a video-streaming service for gamers, and you can embed a stream into your site adding the shortcode into a post or page. The most basic form of the shortcode requires only the URL parameter, and looks like this: You can also add additional parameters to customize the appearance: height […]
- Google+ Embeds
Embedding a Google+ post to your WordPress.com post or page is as easy as pasting the URL of the post on its own line. The Google+ post will be fully embedded into your WordPress.com post, and will include: The title and text of the post Action buttons allowing your readers to either +1 the Google+ […]
On WordPress.com, you can use shortcodes to embed a recipe with consistent formatting, basic metadata, and an option to print. Embedding a Recipe To add a recipe to your site, start with the [recipe] shortcode. Everything between the opening [recipe] and closing [/recipe] tags will be set apart as the recipe on your page. You […]