Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog: From parents and poets to journalists and politicians, WordPress.com’s publishing tools allow people to make their voices heard. We have heard your excellent feedback on our interim editor and today, we’re excited to…
This isn’t the first time I say this – but tonight it comes with an extra twist: tonight I tried their live chat option and it was great! If you blog on WordPress, you may have seen that thing showing up … Continue reading →
Let’s see if I can use Edge for blogging. Will it behave itself with WordPress, or will it do that nonsense it does on G+, deleting my line spacing between paragraphs? Ah, it may work with WP because here the … Continue reading →
I’ve been doing a bit of work behind the scenes, trying to reorganise my blogs a bit (yes, again…) – I used the free WordPress tools to export some posts from this blog and import them to a different one. And what I’m … Continue reading →
Dear WordPress, I really did try to learn to like the new editor, but… The old editor remembers my default Post Format, whereas the new one is set to Standard so I have to keep remembering to change it every … Continue reading →
This year marks the 10th birthday of WordPress.com and our parent company, Automattic. We are proud to have served this community of millions: from writers, photographers, artists, and small and large publishers, to business owners and entrepreneurs.
Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog: I’m sure we’ve all experienced this — reading through a comment thread, and seeing a particularly well-written comment, whether it be informative, insightful, or just plain funny. You want to show the commenter…
I just stumbled upon what looks like a super useful post about using html code here on WordPress – I do know the basics, but there was some weird behaviour I noticed here when I’ve tried posting poetry (mainly on … Continue reading →