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Beginner here...I can edit barely anything on Wordpress.com
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 4 Jun 2023
Complete newbie to Wordpress so my apologies in advance.
1 project | /r/Wordpress | 4 Jun 2023
Struggling to connect godaddy domain to bluehost/wordpress
1 project | /r/Wordpress | 1 Jun 2023
Web design company gave me a zip of the site they built. Have no idea how to host this thing.
1 project | /r/Wordpress | 30 May 2023
My wordpress backend has some sort of auto-hide turned on, such that when I'm editing content the side menu at left, the top menu choices, and the right side bar options ALL auto-hide. They re-appear if I move the mouse out of the content area. I likely hit some key-combo turning this on.
1 project | /r/Wordpress | 29 May 2023