GoDaddy is hosting my wordpress page, now what?
I’m hoping someone on this forum can help me since I haven’t found anything so far that helps me resolve this issue. Mainly I am trying to get the plugin option on my dashboard, so I bought the domain, have goDaddy hosting it and now what?
There really are no good instructions for this, just a bunch of different bullet points. Compounded by the fact that GoDaddy has the most confusing site I’ve ever seen.
Any help would be much appreciated!
The blog I need help with is winosseur.com.
You need to make friends over at WordPress.ORG the keepers of the software you are using.
This site is for support of sites hosted on WordPress.COM. You should address your questions to WordPress.ORG the keepers of the software you are using: http://wordpress.org/support/
For more on the difference: http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/
If you have purchased a hosting plan with us and have WordPress installed on it, the next step will be to point your domain to your hosting plan. You can do this by pointing your name to our default hosting nameservers: http://x.co/YmBB
Once your set and propagated, you’ll be able to access your WordPress Admin page at yourdomain.com/wp-admin. You’ll then be prompted to log in with your WordPress administrative user name and password. Here you can manager your site and plugins.
You may have a WordPress site you need to import to your Go Daddy hosting plan. If so we have helpful information available here: http://x.co/YmBF Additionally, you may find further info on moving your blog in forums here, if hosted here, and on WordPress.org. Our support is always available, 24/7 to answer question: http://x.co/gdsupport.
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Jumping on the band wagon, I have a similar problem I think. I have my bolg/site with wordpress, want to transfer it to one.com for email services etc. I have done all the required unlocks and Auth codes but it is being rejected by who.is and i cannot get an answer as to why they are denying one.com or what else i need to do. would it be easier to go with Go Daddy or can anyone help me? I am a bit of a tech virgin so all these terms above a bit confusing……
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