Making my blog behave like a website
I have a domain through name.com “brandweinmeadows.com and wordpress is my editor(?). Can I upgrade so I can have a custom heading and fonts? I sell USDA lamb in Portland, OR, and want a photo or some rendering of Mt. Hood for the picture on my home page. I don’t know how to do anything.
http://www.brandweinmeadows.com/ isn’t a WordPress.COM blog but a WordPress.ORG blog, so you need to be over there for help with that. We’re using a different version of the software.
It doesn’t seem like there is the flexibility to do all the things with wp.org that I see on wp.com. Is it because I don’t know what I’m doing or is there a way to make my brandwein.com “wannabe website” with wp.org more flexible? If wp.com IS more flexible, is there a way to change over to that? This blog I’m using as cooleyedbabe is not connected to my domain.
E.g., I have a sheep farm, I want a picture of my farm as the heading, I want pages with sheep pictures, I want to change font styles, etc. Appreciate any help I can get. My web host is name.com. I use wordpress at their recommendation.
It doesn’t seem like there is the flexibility to do all the things with wp.org that I see on wp.com.
Just the opposite.
.org is far more flexible and with a lot less rules and conditions. But you DO need to have some basic knowledge.
This site http://brandwein.com/ is not a free hosted WordPress.COM blog and we cannot assist with it here at WordPress.COM. We provide support only for free hosted WordPress.com blogs here. Support for your website is provided on the WordPress.ORG support forums and they are here http://wordpress.org/support/ If you don’t have a username account at WordPress.org, click that link and register one on the top right hand corner of the page that opens, so you can post to the correct support forums for your software.
Thank you for getting me to the correct site!
You’re welcome and best wishes with your site.
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