- Billing History
You can view all transactions made with WordPress.com, including payments and refunds, in your Billing History. You can view your Billing History by clicking on your Gravatar (avatar) in the upper right-hand corner of your admin bar: From the Profile page, select Manage Purchases on the left and then Billing History from the top menu. Click on […]
- Custom Fonts
Custom Fonts are part of the Custom Design upgrade that allows you to easily add Typekit fonts to your blog. In standard mode, you can use the Font Editor to customize the fonts on your blog in a matter of clicks — no coding required. The advanced mode (with an understanding of CSS required) is intended for those who want to add fonts to their blog using the Typekit Kit Editor.
- Custom Design
With Custom Design, which is feature of the WordPress.com Premium and WordPress.com Business plans, you can make your blog look and feel exactly the way you want. Easily customize the fonts in your theme with fonts from, instantly change your blog’s personality with our stunning and intelligent color palettes, and dive into CSS (Cascading Stylesheet) to make all the presentational changes you desire.
The VideoPress upgrade allows you to upload videos from your computer for hosting and playback directly within your blog (or on another site you can designate). Once you purchase it, you can upload a video file to your WordPress.com site with the Add Media button, or to the Media Library. Also covers VideoPress stats, and an FAQ section.
- Manage Purchases
You can manage all of your WordPress.com purchases by navigating to the Me section of WordPress.com and then choosing the option to Manage Purchases from the sidebar. Select any purchase in order to view options for managing it. The options available will be different based on the upgrade you choose. Canceling and Refunding Purchases We […]
On WordPress.com, you can use a custom domain for your blog (such as yourgroovydomain.com) instead of the default address you get when you sign up (like yourgroovysite.wordpress.com). This is called Domain Mapping, and it's a paid upgrade.
- Delete Site
To delete or cancel a blog, go to Tools -> Delete Blog in your Dashboard. If you delete a blog you will not be able to get it back and no one else will be able to use that blog address. You must be sure you never want to use the blog again if you delete it.
- Help! Getting WordPress.com Support
WordPress.com offers a number of avenues for reaching helpful, individualized support, but sometimes it can be difficult to determine the best place to ask your question. This document details the various types of support offered for WordPress.com and WordPress.com-related services, and how to take advantage of them. It will help you get straight to the […]
- Guided Transfer
The Guided Transfer is a paid service (one–time fee) where we transfer your WordPress.com site to a self–hosted (WordPress.org) site at a recommended host of your choice.