3 minute read In this post I show I avoided WordPress.com’s charges for forwarding users onto my new self-hosted WordPress site.Read More How I Moved from WordPress.com Without Paying for the Redirect
< 1 minute read I finally made the move from WordPress.com to becoming self-hosted. I was able to bring all my old posts, pages, categories and tags, images and other media, and even subscribers. So if you were subscribed to my .com blog before, you’re now automatically subscribed to this new self-hosted one. I have yet to pretty it […]Read More Me: Self Hosted!
< 1 minute read At a cafe, I met up with some local folks making their living building sites with WordPress. For me it was especially good getting a bit of a reality check, and hear what was important to them. Besides having a good time socializing (which most of us admitted we rarely do, especially on topics related […]Read More Meeting with WordPress Professionals
5 minute read We are living in the digital dark age. Wikipedia says: the digital dark age is a lack of historical information in the digital age as a direct result of outdated file formats, software, or hardware that becomes corrupt, scarce, or inaccessible as technologies evolve and data decays. Another way to say that: did you think […]Read More The Digital Dark Age & Your Blog
13 minute read If you’ve tried self-hosting WordPress, but found it a struggle, and are ready to try WordPress.com instead, this is for you. Notice I said “try”– you can start off by just trying WordPress.com, and if it meets your needs, you can finish the move. This is the overview of what you’ll need to do: Setup […]Read More How to Migrate from a Self-Hosted WordPress Site to WordPress.com