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Word Press Support Group

This is to the place to come to if you need Techie help with your Word Press blogs. Hopefully some savy Mom Bloggers will be able to answer any questions and get you going or fixed!

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Comment by Karen Heffren on December 30, 2010 at 7:21pm
Hi Everyone.  I just joined the group and am  hoping to learn alot.  So I can stop hounding my brother!!  :-)
Comment by Kristina Everhart on December 28, 2010 at 10:42pm
Thanks Julia!
Comment by Julia Ward on December 28, 2010 at 10:06pm

Wordpress.org is just a self-hosted Wordpress blog. You'll be able to run javascript applettes, and add as many plugins as you can find!!!

If you can navigate wordpress.com having your own site is no big deal. It's like learning to drive on an automatic and having to learn to drive a stick shift. You're still driving you just have to remember to use the clutch.

Just buy a domain name and get a good host. Some even come with wordpress already installed. And follow the instructions at wordpress.org.

 

blessings,

julia

Comment by Kristina Everhart on December 28, 2010 at 9:52pm

Hi, I have a blog on Worpress.com and was thinking about switching it to Wordpress.org. I was wondering if anyone has had experience with doing this?

I was thinking of switching b/c wp.com seems pretty restrictive, example, you can't do plugins and they don't let you advertise.

However, I'm worried that if I switch to wp.org that you have to be really tech savvy. Is that true or does it work pretty much like wp.com.

Also, it looks like I can keep my domain name but I wondered if others had done that. I've only been blogging since Thanksgiving and I'm just now starting to get consistent readers. I'm afraid that if I move I'll have to start over.

So basically, has anyone done the move and are you glad you did it?  Thanks so much! www.racingandsavingmama.com

Comment by nbargas2 on December 21, 2010 at 10:45pm

cannot wait to get connected!

 

nataliebargas.wordpress.com

Comment by Julia Ward on December 21, 2010 at 1:21pm

think this is what you're looking for

 

http://fourblogger.com/4-tips-to-remove-default-options-in-thesis-t...

 

 

hope this helps!!!

julia

Comment by Julia Ward on December 21, 2010 at 1:15pm

http://diythemes.com/thesis/rtfm/style-post-byline/

this isn't exactly what you're looking for but it will help you start to understand how to use hooks and css to style and format thesis

php is just a scripting language that makes it possible to write small shorthand files to call code so you don't have to write thousands of lines of code

hope that makes sense

let me do some more checking and i may find the answer for you

have my son here for the day for Christmas so will look later this afternoon

blessings

julia

Comment by Myrah Duque on December 20, 2010 at 11:49pm

Thanks Julia! I have Thesis wordpress 3.0, don't really understand  what php file is. Would appreciate if you would explain that. Thanks again!

Comment by Julia Ward on December 20, 2010 at 6:05pm

You should have a php file with a reference to the author's name...

just take it out of the file,

save the file

and you should be good to go...

if you can't find it let us know what theme you're using so we can help

and what version of wordpress

julia

Comment by Myrah Duque on December 20, 2010 at 3:12pm

Can someone tell me how to delete the name of the author in a post? This is right under the title of the post. For Example: 

PUBLIX WEEKLY DEALS

by Myrah on December 19, 2010

 

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