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The WP.com Book - under construction

Why this book?

Some chapter headings from the book

Most published guides to WordPress blogging are devoted to self-hosted sites created under WordPress.org.

This is perhaps because WordPress.com sites are easier to set up, but also because it is widely (but not entirely accurately) believed that WordPress.org sites are more powerful. 79 more words

Chapter Headings

The WP.com Book - under construction

Why this book?

Some chapter headings from the book

Most published guides to WordPress blogging are devoted to self-hosted sites created under WordPress.org.

This is perhaps because WordPress.com sites are easier to set up, but also because it is widely (but not entirely accurately) believed that WordPress.org sites are more powerful. 104 more words

Arts

How To Force A Redirect To The Classic WordPress.com Stats Screen

The Solution To Use The Classic Stats Page

If you are blogger at WordPress.com, you might have noticed it, there are not much ways anymore to access the beautiful classic stats screen, instead we are now forced to use the new one, but there is help! 532 more words

Technology

Getting Widgy with it

Pas mau menulis ini, entah napa malah keingat lagu Will Smith, Getting Jiggy with it, lalu saya ganti deh karena lagi mau bahas soal Widget kali ini. 742 more words

Blogging

Bukan Perpisahan

Dengan sangat sedih saya infokan bahwa tanggal 21 adalah tanggal kita akan berpisah

Sudah setahun lebih menemani suka dan duka. Ketika sedih harus jadi mantan gebetan tanpa pacaran. 354 more words

Serba-Serbi

New Theme: Twenty Fourteen

For the first time ever, the yearly default theme for WordPress is ready to go before its namesake year begins. Consider it an early holiday gift from the WordPress community to you, a tradition we hope to continue for many years to come. 262 more words

Themes

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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

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