Monthly Archives: April 2015

New Themes: Nucleare and Afterlight

By Caroline Moore Nucleare Nucleare, by Cresta Project, is a classic blog theme with a crisp, elegant design and plenty of handy features. A built-in search box, links to your favorite social networks, four widget areas, and beautifully styled post … Continue reading

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All WordPress.com Sites Protected Against Zero Day Vulnerability

By Krista You may have seen news of a new zero-day vulnerability regarding comments in self-hosted versions of WordPress 4.2. All WordPress.com sites — including WordPress.com VIP sites — are not vulnerable: your WordPress.com sites are protected by the Akismet … Continue reading

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A Large-Screen Interface and Filters for Notifications

By Dan A few months ago we released a new notifications interface on WordPress.com — we made notifications faster and created a more unified visual experience to match what users see in the iOS and Android apps. Today, we’re releasing … Continue reading

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Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your Account

By Eric Binnion Because we want to make WordPress.com accounts as secure as we can, we’ve made it easier for you to set up two-factor authentication for your account, so you can take advantage of the top-of-the-line security standard. WordPress.com … Continue reading

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New Themes: Ecto and Coherent

By David A. Kennedy Today, we’d like you to meet the two newest themes added to the WordPress.com collection: Ecto and Coherent. Ecto With a light color scheme, bold typography, and full-width images that draw readers straight to your content, Ecto is perfect for blogs … Continue reading

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Ensuring Your Site is Mobile-Friendly

By Krista Today, Google released a change to its algorithm that gives higher search scores to sites it deems “mobile-friendly.” Curious WordPressers might be asking: How can I be sure my site is mobile-friendly? What can I do if my … Continue reading

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Ensuring Your Site is Mobile-Friendly

By Krista Today, Google released a change to its algorithm that gives higher search scores to sites it deems “mobile-friendly.” Curious WordPressers might be asking: How can I be sure my site is mobile-friendly? What can I do if my … Continue reading

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Social Media Icons Widget

By Chris Now available in a widget dashboard near you, we present the Social Media Icons Widget! No longer do you have to fiddle around with complicated HTML code to add beautiful social media icons to your blog or website. With … Continue reading

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Social Media Icons Widget

By Chris Now available in a widget dashboard near you, we present the Social Media Icons Widget! No longer do you have to fiddle around with complicated HTML code to add beautiful social media icons to your blog or website. With … Continue reading

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New Theme: Cyanotype

By Takashi Irie It’s the time of the week again, Happy Theme Thursday! We’re pleased to present a new free theme, Cyanotype: Cyanotype Cyanotype, designed by yours truly, is a monochromatic blog theme with a bold, yet simple look that … Continue reading

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