The .txt file is not for a program. It's just a method Alexa requires from a user that's trying to edit the info about a website so they can proof ownership. They give you two methods. One of them is placing that info.txt file containing the information about your site in your root folder, and the other method is to provide an e-mail where they can e-mail you to prove that you own the site. The catch about the e-mail method is that the e-mail's domain has to match the site's domain (e.g. the e-mail has to end with @jade42.wordpress.com).
So yeah basically, I'm trying to root directory method, but since I can't upload files to the root directory, I'm trying to "hack" the method so it'll go looking for the .txt file where I uploaded it, instead of in the root folder.
Get it now? Sorry if I didn't explain it well last time.
Forget the edit #3 I made two posts ago. I just realized there's a link to my dashboard on the top left-corner of all WordPress.com pages when I'm logged in.
These widgets things are cool, man. I'm gonna spend some more time finding out how they work. They seem really useful. Got any tips or links for me where I can learn how to "unlock the full potential" of these widgets? Is there like a section on widgets in the WordPress documentation?
Thanks in advance,