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
because WordPress said we can embed G+ posts here now… Let’s see how it works. The instructions I found said to post the URL in a line by itself, without any html code. https://plus.google.com/117857516065016140152/posts/TiwTijQkLcj Hooray! a quick question to WP … Continue reading
This looks good!
one less reason for people to use Blogger rather than WordPress :)
We’re excited to announce new features that integrate your WordPress.com site with some of the services Google has to offer. New features include:
- Connecting your site to your Google+ Profile.
- Commenting using your Google+ account.
- Sharing posts on Google+ via Publicize and a handy sharing button.
- Embedding Google+ posts on WordPress.com.
Connect to your Google+ Profile
Linking to your Google+ Profile creates an official connection between your WordPress.com content and your Google+ account. The benefit? It adds a layer of verification, confirming you are the author of your posts, and helps Google understand who created certain pages, which helps to increase the accuracy of search results.
In some cases, Google may also use this information to make your posts stand out more in search results by including your Google+ Profile information next to your listing.
- The display name that appears on your posts will use your Google+ Real…
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Call me a stick in the mud, but I have this quaint old-fashioned idea that comments on a blog post should be relevant to the post. :) This is a blog. WordPress is not a social networking site. And even … Continue reading