Getting Started With WordPress.com Hosting

Introduction The following instructions assume you don't have a website yet, and haven't registered a domain name. However, these instructions are also helpful for someone with a self-hosted WordPress website wanting to use the JetPack plugins suite -- which requires a WordPress.com user account. Keep these instructions open in a window as you go through … Continue reading Getting Started With WordPress.com Hosting

SquareSpace Hosts Sleeping Audio Website by Jeff Bridges

Jeff Bridges (yes, the actor) has produced a website with pharmaceutical-grade clinical-strength sleep audio tracks. The audio is available online, as a download, or for purchase on cassette and LP record versions. The title of the album is "Jeff Bridges Sleeping Tapes." It's hosted by Squarespace as part of an ingenious advertising campaign that hopes to … Continue reading SquareSpace Hosts Sleeping Audio Website by Jeff Bridges

The Grid: A Website So Smart it Designs Itself

Content is power. Power your content on The Grid. http://www.thegrid.io This is not another do-it-yourself website builder. The Grid harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to take everything you throw at it - videos, images, text, urls and more - and automatically shape them into a custom website unique to you. As your needs grow, … Continue reading The Grid: A Website So Smart it Designs Itself

WordPress.com to WordPress.org Website Migration Tips

Summary This page provides a brief introduction to WordPress.com and WordPress.org (self hosted) options for hosting a website. Then below instructions are provided for migrating from WordPress.com hosting to WordPress.org with a self-hosting provider. WordPress.com Hosting Some websites are anticipated to be well served, indefinitely, by the WordPress.com hosting package that costs $18 per year. … Continue reading WordPress.com to WordPress.org Website Migration Tips