In almost all WordPress.com themes, gallery attachment pages feature previous/next navigation links; their style varies (thumbnails, text, or icons).
What happens when you click the image on a gallery attachment page also varies (link to real-size original, link to next attachment page, or no link at all). Continue reading
https://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ As shown in part 1 of this article, some themes display this as the html you are confined to when commenting: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <pre> <del datetime=""> <em> <i><q cite=""> <strike> <strong> Explanation (for those not familiar with html) All the above are opening tags: … Continue reading
https://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ The html you can use when commenting on someone else’s blog is very limited. Strangely, the Support docs are silent on this. So is the comment area in most themes – with some exceptions. In Vigilance you get this (almost useless) notice below the comment box: “Note: You can use basic XHTML in your … Continue reading
https://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ See Comments Off (1) for settings as well as tabs/messages on main page and category/archive pages. This post covers tabs/messages on single posts and static pages. Tabs/Messages 2: when viewing a single post Commenting disabled before any comments were posted In the majority of themes: no message Banana Smoothie, Clean Home, Connections, Coraline, DePo … Continue reading
https://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ Settings/Options 1. Settings > Discussion: “Allow people to post comments on new articles”. As the Support doc on discussion settings says, this is the default for new posts and pages. Take note of the word “new”: enabling or disabling this option will only affect posts and pages created after the change, not already existing … Continue reading
https://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ [Post re-written December 2011, after the recent WP updates.] Profile & avatar Normally you upload your avatar image in Users > My Profile; in case this doesn’t work, you can do it directly at http://en.gravatar.com/. Note: avatar or gravatar = user pic; not to be confused with favicon or blavatar = blog pic (shows … Continue reading
https://wpbtips.wordpress.com/ The comments made on a post, as well as the text box for submitting a comment, are shown when you click on the comment tab of the post, or when you land on a single complete post by clicking on a link to it (including the title of the post itself). Beginners sometimes ask … Continue reading