Don’t miss a word of this!

Do you find yourself learning toward the computer screen so you can read the font?

Well, today that stops!

If you can’t read the screen – press CTRL and + (found at the top of your keyboard, next to the backspace key). In fact, press these a few times and the words will literally JUMP out at you!

Too big? If so, click on CTRL and – (one key over) to make the font smaller.

Now, put those readers away, sit up tall and wipe that grin off your face – you’ve got some reading to do!

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Getting WordPress to work

Ok, I had a brainstorm.

What if I export my WordPress blog (mkmercurio.wordpress.com) out of WordPress and into another blog hosting company.

THEN … I can import it in as a blog and it will get upgraded, I will know the version and I can add plugins and be cool like all the other WordPress users?

What do you think? Will this work?

Because I still can’t figure out what version of wordpress I’m using. And I am out of the loop with all the new add ins, plug ins, new themes, adsense and such.

I don’t like being out of the loop. So — do i export from WordPress to another site then import????

WordPress.org vs Blogger.com

Ugh!

I’ve spent the past few hours trying to find out what version of WordPress I am using. Since it must be an older version, I’m not finding the answer (mkmercurio.wordpress.com). I’m in the process of setting up a new blog and decided to set it up on WordPress because I love the vast Theme options, the extensive Dashboard, the Widget selection, the easy load and overall look of my wordpress blog.

On my blogger.com site – I have limited themes but robust stats that are extremely helpful. It’s a google product and it’s been good to me and works well but it sort of boring.

WordPress.org is open source, however, the directions to get it to the newest version make my eyes tired.

The Support links and FAQs give me list of commands, instructions and more … I just want to find out what version I’m running and how to get to the newest version.

Blogger must have this figured out … am I missing something here?

Help!

Do you like one over the other?

Can you help me update my wordpress.org blog without too much time and effort? Or should I just chuck it and go with Blogger?

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