How to write a great bug report

As someone who answers questions in the WordPress.com Community Support Forum, the following suggestions from the JetPack blog on how to write a bug report are also really excellent for helping us forum volunteers try to sort out any problem you may be experiencing with your WordPress.com blog. Sometimes, however, there may be a problemContinue reading “How to write a great bug report”

WordPress.com vs. Self-Hosting: What’s Best For You?

Here’s more information to help you decide where’s the best place for you to host your WordPress site, courtesy of WordCamp Montreal and Ryan Markel (WordPress.com Happiness Engineer) And go full screen on your computer and you can follow along with his slides as well:

Blog Privacy and Subscribers

Editor’s Note: This post is outdated. You owe it to yourself to read the update at “Blog Privacy and Subscribers – 5 More Things to Know” so you have the latest information. One of the first things you are asked to decide when signing up for your WordPress.com site is your site’s Privacy setting. MostContinue reading “Blog Privacy and Subscribers”

Getting Started on  WordPress.com

WordPress.com is an online service that hosts websites/blogs free of charge. Users signing up for the service must be at least 13 years old and agree to abide by the Terms of Service. What do you get when you sign up? A unique website URL, which is a sub-domain of WordPress.com. One dynamically updated pageContinue reading “Getting Started on  WordPress.com”