I'm here to ask if it's available to put my blogroll on a static page?
I want to make some kind of a "My Bookmarks" page using links from blogroll.
There are some plugins to do this, but I don't know if this feature is available on wordpress.com?
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Blogroll on a static page
Please paste the exact URL of your blog when asking questions here, or link your nickname to your blog (as explained in the Sticky 8 Things to Know Before Posting). We can't help without that.
Plugins cannot be used on WordPress.COM, WordPress plugins are for WordPress.ORG only.
There's no automated process where all the links of your blogroll appear on a static page, you'll have to do it manually.
Some themes have page templates. Included in the page templates is a links page. If the theme you are using has that, you will see it on the same screen where you create/edit a page. (Don't ask me which themes have it - I just know that the one I'm using has it.)
Oh - and listen to panaghiotisadam. What I just posted only relates to wordpress.COM blogs. (I just wanted to correct Lora's statement that is has to be done manually, as that is not always the case.) We always need a link to your blog in order to help.
"Please paste the exact URL of your blog when asking questions here, or link your nickname to your blog..."
My question was somehow not related with particular blog of mine, so I thought it's not needed.
"Plugins cannot be used on WordPress.COM, WordPress plugins are for WordPress.ORG only."
Yes, I know that. I'm using WordPress for 2 years :)
I'm just not familiar with all WordPress.COM functionalities.
Thanks for replies.
I just wanted to correct Lora's statement that is has to be done manually, as that is not always the case.
Oh? I'm unfamiliar with that feature then. It even sounds a bit strange that links added to your blogroll will automaticly appear on a page.
Here is a list of the themes which have that feature:
Thank you, I'll take a look.
@kartun11: We always need a link to the blog in question. First because we get a lot of wrong visits from wp.ORG bloggers, to whom our answers won't apply. Second because we often need to check things in the blog in order to give the right answer - as in your case, where the answer depends on the theme you're using.
But we've got Lora too... Lora has learned to routinely ask for a link herself . But when others ask for a link, ah, then our little Lora pretends she doesn't know that; then she'll rush in with a reply (because all that matters to her is popping up wherever she gets the chance to)...
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