Recently, I worked on creating a WordPress.com page for a church (http://2presrichmond.wordpress.com). The church decided they wanted to go with GoDaddy.com's WordPress hosting package. The idea was to import what I have currently at the WordPress.com site to -http://www.2presrichmond.org- .
Here's the problem: the themes didn't import. GoDaddy's version uses the full WordPress package, which means the wp-admin area allows you to change everything. It also - I found out, as I'm new to this - that I have to create or edit an entire range of Templates as well as the CSS (i.e.: not as easy as in WordPress.com). The whole site looks like a mess. The person who imported it also didn't import the most recent content, so we need to import again. I tried changing the CSS on the GoDaddy.com WordPress site to the CSS file in the "Edit CSS" window of the WordPress.com site -- and it totally messed up everything up because I didn't understand that Templates and PHP content were involved, too.
So how to fix this? Is there a way to export from WordPress.com the index.php, header.php, footer.php and all other templates along with the CSS file? Is it that easy, or do I have to resort to manually converting every page in the GoDaddy site?
The blog I need help with is 2presrichmond.wordpress.com.