Have you recently migrated to Mastodon and would like to add it to your site’s social links here on WordPress.com? Here’s how: 1. Add the Social Icons block to your site; Mastodon is already included. 2. Add Mastodon to your site’s Social Links Menu. At the moment it will display as a generic link iconContinue reading “Three Ways You Can Add Mastodon To Your WordPress.com Website”
Not that long ago our knitting guild was considering moving its website to WordPress.com. I half-jokingly mentioned to a fellow guild member that I hoped WordPress.com advertising would never be like on our guild’s current free website, hosted elsewhere, that is covered in more ads per pixel than content. Sadly, it seems the day ofContinue reading “WordPress.com Ads on Free Sites – A Nightmare on Your Main Street”
In addition to individuals, companies are also building their web presence on WordPress.com, either as a blog or as a full website including full e-commerce websites. And what’s not to like? On signing up and agreeing to the Terms of Service, a company gets a website with all updates and back-end security handled by WordPress.com,Continue reading “Why Build Your Business Website on WordPress.com”
Just when you thought it was safe… Earlier this year, a German regional court fined a website operator for transferring a site visitor’s IP address to Google through the use of Google Fonts without the visitor’s explicit consent. Following the news of the above ruling, WordPress theme authors were urged to bundle theme fonts withContinue reading “Google Fonts and GDPR”
I’m Jen T (justjennifer in our dotcom community forums).
Troubleshooting and writing clear and concise instructions for follow-up were a huge part of my working life and honing those skills taught me to really listen and respond with actionable replies. When I set up my first site on WordPress.com in 2006, these skills naturally carried over to helping other WordPress.com users with their free web sites and led soon after to the creation of this site, WPcomMaven.
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