A: We’re partial to our own hosting services, but our services work with most hosting providers. If an issue arises, we’ll work with your host to ensure we can provide our service through them. If you don’t have a site yet, or are hosted on WordPress.com, Blogger or TypePad and want to move to a self-hosted WordPress site, consider hosting with us, or use one of our Affiliate hosts.
A: Absolutely! While it’s not included in a subscription package, WP-WP migration (whether it’s WordPress.com or self-hosted WordPress that you’d like to move to a new host) is available as an add-on or standalone package.
A: Though this is a bit more tricky, we certainly can get you moved over from your TypePad or Blogger site to a shiny new self-hosted WordPress site, all while keeping your existing media and posts!
A: We would love to bill on an annual schedule, but it’s better for the customer (YOU) to be billed month-to-month. With our cancel anytime guarantee, you’re only billed for the months that you’ve used. If you’re not satisfied, cancel your subscription at any time. You’ll only be billed for the months you paid for!
A: Some of the plugins we will install for you require a WordPress.com account simply for verification purposes. The account is spam-free and costs nothing.
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If you are researching WordPress as a blogging platform, you might wonder what the differences are between WordPress.com, WordPress.org, and Self-Hosted WordPress.
By default, most programs that advertise your WordPress posts will show the first image found, no matter if it’s a thumbnail, sketch, or full sized photo. Situations this can apply to include newsletters, RSS feeds, and social media sharing.
To fix this, always set a Featured Image. As you are crafting your post, in the lower right hand corner, find the box that says Featured Image. Click the link and choose the image you want to appear. This image will be chosen in the above situations.
Generally speaking, WordPress will automatically resize photos for you. Upload one “normal” sized image to your media folder, and it knows how it should be resized for thumbnail, medium, and large sized displays.
If you find that you aren’t happy with the sizes WordPress is displaying, you can change them. Go to “Settings” then “Media”. Common settings are 150 x 150 for thumbnails, 300 x 300 for medium, and 600 x 600 for large.
You can also save server space and upload time by using a plugin called Imsanity. This WordPress plugin prevents insanely large image uploads to your media library. Set your default image dimensions once, and it will resize the image automatically as it’s uploaded.
We recommend PicMonkey because it’s easy to use. Here’s a link to instructions on how to use their online tool to add your watermark.