I've been seeing some questions about putting posts in a page that you want.
Here is the plugin that you need to do that.
The blog I need help with is kaanaslan.wordpress.com.
Need help? Check out our Support site, then
(3) The are many differences between wordpress.com and wordpress.org and they are found in the sticky post at the head of this forum.
(4) They are also clearly stated in the wordpress.com support documentation http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/
My support was just for those who were interested in posting their posts in any page that they want.
I'm new to wordpress. I don't know what the difference is between org or com for wordpress. But I'm pretty sure there should be some who have individual wordpress pages on other servers. So this information might be useful for them.
This is a support page. I've never thought intending to make an advertising. I even don't know who is the creator of the plugin I told. I just sent the page where I could find a solution for myself.
If it is restricted, the post can be deleted.
Welcome to wordpress.com, a wpMU (multiuser) blogging platform that runs on different software than wordpress.org software for self hosted blogs runs on. :)
Here's an overview of the situation:
Those of us who do have both wordpress.com and wordpress.org installs are well aware of the differences between the two types of soffware, but others aren't.
You have said:
But I'm pretty sure there should be some who have individual wordpress pages on other servers. So this information might be useful for them.
Ummm ... no - not useful. When the unaware post here at wordpress.com about uploading this theme or that plugin to a wordpress.org install they cause confusion in the wordpress.com community. That's why we are expected not to do so. If we have wordpress.org stuff we want to post and discuss then we do that on the wordpress.org forum.
We also do not provide answers to the numerous wordpress.org bloggers who arrive here every day looking for help. Instead, we direct them to the correct forum at wordpress.org.
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