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Connect to Your Fans and Followers with the New Social Icons Widget
2017-07-06 17:00:00
We?re excited to introduce the new Social Icons Widget, which allows you to connect with visitors on your favorite social media networks. The new widget supports over 40 popular social platforms, from the ubiquitous Facebook and Twitter, to crafter haven Etsy, to artsy enclaves like DeviantArt and Dribbble. Highlight music or podcasts through SoundCloud or iTunes, or connect with your community via Meetup or Yelp. Business owners will also appreciate being able to hook up their company’s LinkedIn page. The new widget offers more flexibility, letting you choose from among three icon sizes: small, medium, and large. Pick the one that looks best on your site! You can even drag-and-drop the links in your Customizer to reorder your social icons. Activate it now by going to My Site ? Customize ? Widgets. For self-hosted WordPress users, this new widget will be available in Jetpack soon. If you’ve been using the old Social Media Icons Widget, never fear — your widget wil...
Save Your Favorite Images and Media on, Anytime
2017-03-20 16:13:00
We’ve added a new media section to your dashboard, allowing you to bulk upload, edit, and tweak your media files. Let?s look at the changes: Upload Media in Bulk Add new items in bulk by going to Media ? Add New to activate the file picker. You can also drag and drop items right onto the page. Edit Media Now you can edit media files as you add them to your post or directly from the media section. To modify media information like the title or caption, select the items you would like to edit, then click Edit. In the details view, you can update the title, caption, and description. Any changes made in these fields will be saved automatically for you. Edit Photos If you have a photo that needs to be cropped or rotated you can now update this here, too! From the media detail view select Edit Image. In the Image Editor (see this guide for full instructions), you can crop, rotate, and flip images directly on If you’re happy with the changes ...
New Theme: Lodestar
2017-03-02 20:25:00
This Theme Thursday, I?m happy to share Lodestar, our new free theme! Lodestar Designed by Mel Choyce, Lodestar is perfect for your small business or organization’s website. The theme allows you to create a one-page website, showcasing all your company’s information in one spot, interspersed with full-sized featured images. Or you can use Lodestar to make a beautiful, multi-page website. The theme’s portfolio support allows you to display your past work to prospective clients. You can also post testimonials, sharing how happy past clients are with your creations. Learn more about Lodestar by checking out the theme’s showcase.Filed under: Themes
New Theme: Rebalance
2016-05-19 20:30:00
It?s Theme Thursday again, and we have a brand new free theme called Rebalance to share with you! Rebalance Rebalance is an elegantly simple portfolio theme for photographers, artists, and graphic designers looking to showcase their work. It was designed by Automattic?s very own Mel Choyce and inspired by the classic Imbalance 2 theme for The theme comes with six custom accent colors to choose from and site logo support so that you can tweak the design to your liking. It also has a customizable header menu and social menu that your visitors can use to further connect with your site. Want to explore Rebalance? Head over to the theme’s Showcase page!Filed under: Themes
Four Tips From Seasoned Bloggers
2016-05-04 21:00:00
Some of the best blogging advice we hear is from you. On Discover, we publish interviews and profiles of bloggers around the world, who also impart their own tips on how they’ve gotten the most out of If you’ve missed these interviews, not to worry — we’ve compiled some of the best bits of blogging wisdom here. Join communities that sustain your interests. When you start to click around, follow blogs, and fill your Reader with posts to read, you’ll discover that is full of many smaller communities. For example, some participate in black and white photo challenges led by blogger Cee, while others join our multimedia Discover Challenges, hosted every Tuesday. Novelist Claire Fuller credits two communities on for supporting and influencing her: Friday Fictioneers, a group of bloggers that writes a weekly 100-word story inspired by a photograph (hosted on the blog of Rochelle Wisoff-Fields), and The Prime Writers,...
Engineering Happiness in Brazil: WordCamp Rio de Janeiro and beyond
2015-09-10 18:00:00
Karen Arnold and Erica Varlese work on the Happiness Hiring team at Automattic, where they hire new Happiness Engineers who support users on and Automattic products. They met with the Brazilian WordPress community last week and wanted to share their experiences. On August 29th, 2015, we traveled to Brazil to attend WordCamp Rio de Janeiro and meet the Brazilian WordPress community. At Automattic, the company behind, we?re working on localizing our support to those who speak Brazilian Portuguese. Since both of us are part of our Happiness Hiring team, which focuses on hiring new support engineers, or ?Happiness Engineers,? we decided to travel to the WordPress community in Brazil to share our new Happiness Engineer (BR-PT) role and talk about our experience with support. Jetpack booth At WordCamp Rio de Janeiro, we gave a talk on ?Engineering happiness: bridging the gap between developers and customers.? Our talk, which will be translated to include subtit...
Get Up to Speed at
2015-08-26 18:00:00
If you just started a spandy new WordPress blog or site and want to work on setup and configuration in your spare time, we’ve recently refreshed a resource that might be just the thing for you: Have you just created a blog or website to: Showcase a personal project? Maybe you’re working on a photo-a-day project, some short stories, poetry, or a memoir? Highlight your business’ offerings and attract new customers? Promote an organization and want to know how to get connected to potential supporters on social media? No matter the reason you created that new site, is standing by. Here’s a bit of what’s on offer to help you create a site that is uniquely you. Get Started: passwords and profiles Regardless of whether you’ve got a blog or website, you’ll want to have a strong password and complete your online profile. Get Started, in addition to telling you a bit about our paid plans, will walk you throug...
New Theme: Independent Publisher
2015-08-13 18:00:00
On this Theme Thursday, we’re happy to announce the latest addition to our collection of free themes. Independent Publisher Independent Publisher is a clean and elegant theme by Raam Dev, with a clean and responsive layout ideal for personal bloggers and writers alike. Featuring clean and readable posts, the theme can be enhanced with Featured Images. Your personal Gravatar can be used as your site logo, which gives your site a personal touch, and icons to your social accounts are displayed prominently. Independent Publisher also adapts to your device, providing a seamless experience at any screen size. Get to know Independent Publisher in the Theme Showcase, or give it a spin by activating it from your dashboard.Filed under: Themes
WordPressers Making a Splash
2015-07-29 18:00:00
We read hundreds of blogs and websites every day, from up-and-coming voices and established pros alike. We love visiting those sites on, but it’s just as rewarding to see other platforms embrace the work of writers, journalists, and artists who regularly publish here, introducing it to new audiences. Here’s a selection of bloggers who recently made a splash. A mathematician at work Terry Tao is a veteran blogger, publishing prolifically on his site since 2007. He also happens to be a Fields Medal recipient and one of the leading mathematicians working today. The New York Times Magazine just ran a fascinating profile of Tao and his work by Gareth Cook. Cook follows Tao around the UCLA campus as he explains his most important contributions to the field. Even those who experience great success through their college years may turn out not to have what it takes. The ancient art of mathematics, Tao has discovered, does not reward speed so much as pa...
Three Ebooks to Spark Creativity and Grow Traffic
2014-02-19 17:00:00
At our raison d’être is to do everything we can to help you make your blog the very best it can be. Over at The Daily Post we’ve got daily writing prompts to give your muse a friendly nudge, we publish articles on how to grow your traffic and community, as well as tips and advice on how to take great photos, no matter which gear you choose. We’ve compiled a ton of great material into three new ebooks, made with love, for you. And, they’re free. They come in three fetching formats so we’ve got you covered no matter whether .pdf, .epub (iBooks), or .mobi (Kindle) is your jam. 365 Writing Prompts So you want to write but you have trouble getting started? Writers’ block a perpetual, unwelcome guest? With 365 Writing Prompts we’ve got a different writing prompt to jumpstart your muse each and every day of the year. Looking for more writing inspiration and practice? Be sure to check out our weekly writing challenges. Photography 10...
Mental Health Bloggers Widen Their Support Systems on
2014-01-17 17:00:00
When we start a blog instead of simply keeping a private diary, it’s because we want to connect with others. When you start to blog, you join a community. It comes as no surprise that many bloggers are drawn to online communities as a place to work through challenges — to heal and process, find others with similar experiences, and seek (or offer) support. There are lots of supportive communities around women dealing with breast cancer, people managing diabetes, parents of children with unique needs, and many, many more. Throughout January, we’ll be zooming in on how bloggers use to support their health and wellness. Today, on the heels of the Blog for Mental Health 2014 kick-off, we’re focusing on mental health. Read on for a look at the many ways bloggers use their sites to improve their own lives, and the lives of others who have been impacted by mental illness. Collaborative blogs is home to a variet...
Five Minutes with Steve Blythe
2014-01-13 17:01:00
Every so often, we sit down with an Automattician to help you get to know the people who work behind the scenes to build new features, keep Automattic?s wheels turning, and make the best it can be. In this installment, we?re delighted to introduce you to Happiness Engineer, photographer*, and beard enthusiast Steve Blythe — a.k.a. clickysteve. Thinking about applying to work at Automattic? We’re hiring. * All photos below by Steve Blythe. What?s your role at Automattic? Steve Blythe, a.k.a., clickysteve I?m a Happiness Engineer, currently part of the affectionately titled PUG team. We look after all of the issues that Paid, Unpaid, and Gravatar users have, and try to make sure is the place to be. One of the cool things about working at Automattic is the chance to get to try out new things, so in February I?ll be doing a couple of weeks with the ToS team. They handle all of the Terms of Service issues — such as DMCA notices, and defamati...
Show Yourself Off in 2014: Profiles, Portfoilos, and Personal Pages
2014-01-07 17:00:00
When you refresh your résumé for the new year, why not also refresh (or create!) your online presence? An online portfolio highlights you in a whole new way. Portfolios aren’t just for artists — writers, teachers, architects, graphic designers, and more can use portfolios to share their work. If what you do can be visualized, you can represent it online. makes it simple to create this 21st century calling card — dozens of themes are great foundations for a powerful, professional portfolio. Now, simply mention your URL to a potential client or partner and let them explore the very best of your work online.  Need inspiration to get started? Here are a few highlights… Portfolio To make it as easy as humanly possible, there’s a theme helpfully called Portfolio. Built-in custom colors and fonts make personalizing easy, a drag-and-drop interface neatly organizes multiple portfolios, and a slider shines the spotlight on your best work: Slovakia...
Get your new blog off to a great start (Hint: we can help!)
2014-01-01 17:00:00
Publishing a blog can be tons of fun, and a great way to make friends and create opportunities. Starting one couldn’t be easier: sign up, pick a theme, and off you go. But maintaining one and building an audience? That takes a little more work — publishing regularly and engaging with the rest of the blogging community. To make sticking to your 2014 blogging resolution easy and fun, we’re introducing a way to stay on top of your blogging goals. Whether you’re a brand-new blogger looking to make a splash, hope to return to a tumbleweed-strewn site you started long ago, or just want to introduce a little regularity to your blog, we’re here to help you get there. Now, when you register a new blog, you’ll be able to pick a posting goal of weekly or monthly: If you’ve already got a blog, you can head to your Settings page to pick a goal. We’ll send you weekly or monthly emails with the tools and inspiration you need to meet the mark: great ...
New Theme: Typo
2013-11-14 18:00:00
Today we have a shiny new theme for your blogging pleasure! Introducing Typo by Okay Themes: With clean typography, an inky color palette, and lots of subtle textures, Typo has all the charm and style of an old-fashioned typewriter. The responsive, one-column design makes it perfect for writing, while support for several post formats makes it easy to share your life with vintage flair. Read more about Typo on the Theme Showcase, see it in action on the demo site, or activate it on your own blog by going to Appearance ? Themes.Filed under: Themes
Import your My Opera blog into
2013-10-31 14:40:00
Unfortunately, My Opera blogs are shutting down. Fear not — you’ll be able to export your content into a new or existing site. First, you’ll download an export file from My Opera, and then, you’ll import that file into your blog. Here’s how to do it, step by …
Stats Wrangling V: The Words that Bring You Traffic
2013-10-29 17:00:00
Every blogger wants to find an audience. While we each have different ideas about the definition of great content, it’s clear that making informed, data-backed decisions can help us connect with our potential readers. Today, we’ll conclude our Stats Wrangling series by focusing on a key ingredient in any blog’s …
Get Kids Blogging at the Digital Family Summit
2013-10-10 22:45:00
Attending the Digital Family Summit this coming weekend in Baltimore Maryland? Our own Karen Arnold will lead a workshop to teach kids and their families how to get started blogging on Karen, along with Velda Christensen, Alx Block, and Jennifer Dodd will be on hand to teach kids and …
Automattic?s Worldwide WP 5k 2013
2013-09-17 22:02:00
The Automattic Worldwide WP 5k is back again in 2013! Set your timers for September 29th! At Automattic we work from all over the world, and we use internal blogs for socializing and exchanging non-work ideas in addition to making and our other products more awesome. One of the things we’re really …
Five Minutes with Mel Choyce
2013-09-13 18:00:00
Every once in a while, we sit down with an Automattician to help you get to know the people who work behind the scenes to build new features, keep Automattic?s wheels turning, and make the best it can be. In this installment, we’re delighted to introduce you to music …
New Theme: Highwind
2013-09-05 19:12:00
It’s Theme Thursday! I’m excited to announce Highwind, created by the talented James Koster. Highwind was designed to showcase content and is especially suitable for writers, photographers and designers. You?ll appreciate Highwind?s clean design and strong focus on typography. As a responsive theme, Highwind will also keep your site sleek …
One Theme, Three Ways: Customizing Coraline
2013-08-19 18:00:00
There are more than 200 themes to choose from in the Theme Showcase: themes with sleek magazine-style front pages (like Oxygen and Watson), static business and profile sites (like Forefront and Profile), and portfolio designs (like Gridspace). Within this mix are free themes that act as blank canvases for your …
You Are Now Less Dumb: Blogger David McRaney on Scoring the Second Book Dea
2013-07-31 19:23:00
David McRaney’s Blog, You Are Not So Smart, led to a book of the same name, published in October 2011 — a book that became a bestseller in 13 languages (we profiled him here when the book was first announced). A follow-up volume, aptly titled You Are Now Less Dumb, hit bookshelves …
Customizing Modularity Lite: Girls of Summer
2013-06-25 18:00:00
Today’s featured blog, Girls of Summer, demonstrates a crucial point: the default look of a theme shouldn’t deter you from choosing it if its features are the right match for your needs. Instead, tweaking and personalizing your theme will bring together its strengths and your vision.  Let’s take a closer look at the striking transformation of Modularity Lite from edgy, dark lounge to bright, breezy porch. A theme to match an audience Girls of Summer focuses on children’s literature, and offers its young (largely female) readership book recommendations for the summer months. Authors Gigi Amateau and Meg Medina wanted to captivate and engage the girls who form their core audience (along with their parents, teachers, and librarians) from the outset. “When we think summer, we think ocean breeze, sandy beaches, suntan lotion, and great books,” says Gigi. The resulting design channels these elements perfectly: Meg and Gigi customized their blog’s...
Freshly Pressed Friday Faves
2013-06-21 17:59:00
Here in North America, it’s late spring and the plants are in a rush — growing visibly each day in a bid to soak up every rain drop and sunbeam before fall forces summer to flee. We feel we should document every moment with a camera — to capture it before that beauty fades for another year. This week, as we read through the stunning posts featured on Freshly Pressed in the Reader, we were awed by photographers capturing still life and not so still life on-the-spot, around the world. Myanmar: Dhala, Bamboo village Lithuanian photographer and journalist Berta Tilmantaite transported us to a bamboo-hut village in Myanmar where smiles are plentiful: a young man smiles posing with his red-dress-clad daughter, a young girl grins as she watches a boy in mid-hula hoop, and the shy smile of a young boy in a yellow shirt. We loved this glimpse into life halfway around the globe and the deep feeling of community and humanity the photos portray. Photo by Berta Tilmantaite. Ne...
New Theme: Snap
2013-05-16 19:00:00
Happy Theme Thursday! Sharing and managing your work online should be easy, and today I’m thrilled to announce a new theme from our friends at The Theme Foundry that helps you do just that! Snap is a responsive, lightweight, and minimalist theme that makes it easy to feature your projects. Snap?s clean grid based blog layout and configurable page templates also make it incredibly flexible. Snap Read more about Snap in the Theme Showcase, or test drive it for yourself by going to Appearance ? Themes in your Dashboard.
Meet a Forum Volunteer: Lorraine Murphy
2013-05-08 18:00:00
If you’ve ever had a question about, chances are you’ve visited our Community Support Forums. Forums are a great place to search for solutions and get answers. While our Happiness Engineers help out in these forums, enthusiasts — people who are passionate about and helping fellow users — provide the majority of answers. We’ve interviewed forum volunteers Sergio Ortega (airodyssey), Mike Brough (auxclass), and Tess Warn (1tess). Today, we’re excited to introduce another prolific volunteer: Lorraine Murphy (raincoaster). We chatted with her about how she got involved in the forums, as well as her tips for getting and providing great support. Photo by Robert Schaer You’ve been blogging at since 2006 and write for many other blogs. Tell us how you got started on the web, your blogging, and why you chose At the turn of the century, I was at home — unemployed — tr...
Customizing Sight: distraction no. 99
2013-05-06 21:18:00
Customizing your blog’s theme is one way to show off what makes you you. Young adult novelist Nova Ren Suma does a beautiful job of this at distraction no. 99, using both free and premium options to make Sight her own. (Once inspired, you can get busy customizing your own blog!) To start, here are Sight and distraction no. 99, side by side: Nova’s customization makes a big splash As a professional writer, Nova’s blog connects her to both her readers and fellow writers. She sets the tone right away, by using a custom header and custom background. Nova also uses two of Sight’s most compelling options to great effect: the featured image slider and both of the available custom menus. Nova’s custom header spells out clearly that you’re reading the blog of a young adult author. The bold, clean black/white/red color scheme and overall look complements her background nicely: Nova’s chosen “Dreaming of Stardust” as her custom backgroun...
New Themes: Newsworthy and Visual
2013-05-02 19:32:00
Happy Theme Thursday, all! Today I have two fantastic new themes for you to enjoy. First up is Newsworthy by WP Themes, a brightly-hued theme designed for news, magazine, and personal blogs. Its striking colors are sure to grab your readers’ attention at first glance! Newsworthy supports multiple authors, post formats, widgets, custom colors, and custom headers. Check out Newsworthy on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site by going to Appearance → Themes. Next is Visual, a dark, elegant grid theme by Devin Price. The responsive layout allows for a seamless user experience across all screen sizes, and the clean, subdued design makes it perfect for putting your art or photography front-and-center. Read more about Visual on the Theme Showcase, or activate it for yourself by going to Appearance → Themes.
In the Spotlight: Go Green With These Bloggers for Earth Day
2013-04-22 21:00:00
Today, we celebrate Earth Day. Perhaps you’re marking the occasion by attending a volunteer clean-up event in your neighborhood, talking with your children about recycling, or choosing to bike to work, all in the name of environmental stewardship. Here in the WordPress community, we’re lucky to have bloggers covering everything from sustainability, to homesteading, to organic gardening and farming, to a whole host of environmental concerns and issues all year long. Let’s take a look at how several bloggers choose to go green: 20-something environmentalist 20-something environmentalist “Lindsay McNamara has been interested in the environment all her life.” So reads the first line of the “About Lindsay” section of 20-something environmentalist, and even a quick glance at her blog reveals a young woman full of enthusiasm, passion, and intelligence about the work she’s doing. Her blog reflects her focus on the environment with smart custo...
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