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Spambots Can't Count

Automattic (the company that owns WordPress) bought a spam protection system a while ago. It is now part of Jetpack for self-hosted WordPress sites.

If you activate the ‘protect’ setting it adds this piece of arithmetic to the login page. 224 more words


Blogger Dreams

Hey guys I’m sorry I haven’t posted much but I’m having a rough week and I’m still trying to get through it. I actually haven’t finished any book this week which rarely happens. 418 more words

Bookish Chat

XMLRPC Error on GoDaddy Hosted Blogs

Over the past 24 hours we have heard from various WordPress bloggers who use GoDaddy as their web host, who have been experiencing issues connecting to their blogs. 357 more words

BlogPad Pro

HTML Showing in Post Content on Self-Hosted WordPress Blog

If you have a self-hosted WordPress blog and html is showing up incorrectly when you publish your blog (the content all looks like raw HTML) it is usually because your webhost has an old version of the libxml2 library installed. 106 more words


Blogger Versus Wordpress Self Hosted Blogging Platform

Hey there,

Whom do you think is the best blogging platform ever made ?Well there are 2 best items available out there.They are Blogger and… 549 more words

Blogger Versus Wordpress

Building My Self-hosted WordPress Blog (day one): Are you kidding me?!!!

After much consideration, I have decided to build my own self-hosted WordPress blog.  Now that I’ve gotten past all the pros and cons research, I’m actually looking at the Codex and reading about the stuff one needs to know to get the process going.   73 more words

Self-hosted WordPress

The $64,000 Question: WordPress.com or WordPress.org?

If you’ve been using WordPress.com for very long, you’ve likely run into some variation of the grand “com v. org” debate. And it’s possible that any explanation you received raised more questions than it answered. 1,117 more words

General Advice & Pro Tips

Wendy Scott reblogged this on Wendomattic and commented:

This might possibly be one of the best, easiest to understand, and most thorough explanations on the differences between WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (aka, WordPress.org) that I've read. One of my fellow Happiness Engineers at Automattic wrote this - check it out!