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  1. I have a website at Godaddy and I would like to add a plug in in my website. They advised me to come to wordpress. what would be better for me, or

    The blog I need help with is

  2. I am astonished that anyone answering WordPress.ORG support questions did not immediately tell you what follows. To use plugins you must hire a web host and then set up your own install. Read the comparison here

    re: plugins is a multiuser blogging platform. Our blogs are not free standing. There is no FTP access to free hosted blogs and we bloggers cannot install any plugins. There is no upgrade you can purchase that will provide FTP access and the ability to install plugins, upload themes, and/or edit templates and themes in a free hosted blog.

  3. Thanks for the answer. I wish I had someone to talk with personally to guide me through this. Very frustrating.

  4. There is no phone support here.

  5. "Great" to know. :(
    The information given is contradictory. In one place says if I want to use Plug ins I should be using in some others says I can use it with but I can't do it my self. Very confusing information. I need a page with a "LOG IN" for special customers and I don't know where to turn to. Should I be using or

  6. The actual fact is, if your website is hosted by Godaddy it is a WordPress.ORG website and we cannot help you with that.

    It doesn't matter what anyone else says. is a wordpress.COM website, but that's not the one you're talking about, is it? You just registered that so you could ask questions in the forum.

  7. Thank you for the information Raincoaster. I didn't realize that I needed two different log ins: one for the .com and the other for the .org.

    I registered by mistake, apparently. I got confused between the .com and the .org. I didn't know what was more suitable for what I was looking for. And the information available is misleading.

    Apparently I will have to cancel my registration here and do it on

  8. And there is no support you can call to to get everything straighten up. I need to build my website with a plug in feature. That is it. And I would like to know what is more suitable or Now I know.

  9. You hosted it at GoDaddy. Their support is notoriously bad. If you want plugins, you have to use

  10. I didn't know they didn't have Plug ins. So Now I'm going to Thanks

  11. I didn't know they didn't have Plug ins. So Now I'm going to

    How could missed what I posted above the first time I entered this thread?

  12. No, Godaddy IS They have plugins. Your blog is at GoDaddy. For support with that, you have to look to the forums at WordPress.ORG.

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