cant find Plugins on my menu
I’m trying to install a new plugin on my wordpress account. But the menu doesnt show “Plugins”. Why do I not have this option and how can I get “Plugins” in my menu? Can anybody help me?
Ich habe einen Blog bei wordpress und wollte gerade nach plugins suchen. Leider habe ich gar keine Plugin-Option bzw. taucht “Plugin” nicht im Menü auf. Wie kriege ich es da rein, damit ich ein neues Plugin installieren kann? Weiß das jemand?
The blog I need help with is trendynizer.com.
I’ve switched over to wordpress from blogger and paid money for a blog that doesn’t have what I need.
WordPress.com provides a 30-day refund on all of our upgrades except Domain Registrations, Domain Renewals, and Guided Transfers.
Provided you are logged in under the same username account that purchased the upgrades, you can request a refund yourself directly from the Store section of your Dashboard
If applicable please read also http://en.support.wordpress.com/bundles/#canceling-a-bundle and/or http://en.support.wordpress.com/themes/premium-themes/
Note: The refund can take 1-2 weeks to post back to your account.
Clearly I wasn’t aware of that or I wouldn’t have asked such a dumb question, so thank you for pointing that out to me and not making me feel like an idiot.
You’re welcome and I’m sorry this happened to you.
Evidently, you didn’t detect the sarcasm in my post. You did actually make me feel like an idiot, which is fine. Clearly I’m not technologically savvy enough to be using WordPress. Unfortunately, I switched over while in the middle of an international move in January and just barely got the chance to try and add the features I was hoping to add, so the thirty-day money back isn’t really going to help me. It just never occurred to me that a blog I paid for wouldn’t have at least the same functionality as one that was free. Next time I’ll know better and get one o my tech savvy friends to help me understand what I’m getting and not getting.
Sarcasm does not come across well in comment boxes and if and when I assume I detect it I ignore it. https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/wordpresscom-forums-code-of-conduct?replies=1
I’m so sorry you did not take what I posted above in the spirit it was posted in. It’s unfortunate that this happened to you. Please feel free to request a refund using the instructions I provided above.
PS – did you know that the staff have built in over 100 popular Plug-ins into the themes here? They just don’t call the functions “Plug-ins” – many of the Widgets started as a Plug-in and many of the Gallery features and some short code started as Plug-ins.
There are tradeoffs to every platform; the tradeoffs made here are for security purposes, and it always pays to do your homework in advance before committing to a platform.
As for what I’m looking for, it’s the ability to track not just visitors to my page and what country they are coming from, but also the specific cities and specific referrals for individual visitors. This is a functionality that sitemeter provides, but the latter of the two is not available when using the html coding, and the stats information available through WordPress does not provide the detail I’m looking for.
And apologies to all for how my comments came out last night. It was very late (I’m currently in Japan) and I was extremely frustrated. No excuse for being rude, however.
As for what I’m looking for, it’s the ability to track not just visitors to my page and what country they are coming from, but also the specific cities and specific referrals for individual visitors.
That’s a no go here but can be done on a WordPress.org install.
You can get that using something basic like Clustrmaps. I use the Whosamung.us widget. There are many recommendations on TT’s blog with specific instructions about using them on WordPress.com, so search through http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com for “Stats” and related terms and I’m sure you’ll find something that will do the job easily.
Thank you, raincoaster, that’s very helpful! I should have initially shared what I was looking for and this conversation would have been much easier. I appreciate the help finding a solution!
I am the blogger that raincoaster is referring to as TT and my reply to you above stands. https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/cant-find-plugins-on-my-menu?replies=15#post-1176782
None of the many visitor tracking programs I have tested and used on free hosted wordpress.com will provide the kind detail you specify above.
Ah, I should have read closer. Right, you can’t get specific referrals for specific individuals, but you CAN get the cities they come from.
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