My featured images are gone!

    The featured image upload method differs from theme to theme, as well as their sizes. So it’s natural that when changing to a theme with a different featured image method, that you’ll need to redefine / re-upload your posts featured images. To fix this, you can rebuild all your media thumbnails, which will get your thumbnails into […]

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    Setting featured images

    A featured image is an image that can be used to be displayed with your post in your blog’s homepage or in some custom theme pages (examples: portfolios, archives, etc, depending on the theme). Most themes use an option in the post editing page called Featured Image.  Click on the link displayed and choose an image […]

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    Custom favicon

    To use your own custom favicon, you’ll have to acquire the Custom Design premium feature in the Upgrades section of your blog’s dashboard. Once your purchase this upgrade, head over to the favicon upload menu which is available under Appearance > Favicon in your blog’s dashboard. Then, use the upload buttons to upload your favicon and reload […]

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    Custom Fonts / Typography

    The first thing you’ll need to know for this is if the theme you’re currently using supports custom typography. If it does, you’ll see the available options under Appearance → Theme Options in your blog’s dashboard. Don’t forget you can quickly search for themes with custom typography using the feature filter in the Themes section. Using the visual editor […]

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    Using a custom domain name

    More Frequently Asked Questions   Custom domains on search engines Currently, when you have a custom domain, both blog.com and the new domain will work. That’s to ensure that if there’s sometyhing wrong with your custom domain you still have access to your blog through the regular URL. The new domain will be indexed in […]

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    Custom Ads / Publicity

    By default, Blog.com displays some ads on sidebars, but you can add your own by subscribing the Disable Ads / Custom Ads upgrade. Besides removing completely our ads from your blog, purchasing this means that you’ll be able to place one widget (or several) with an your own ads and monetize your blog. Start by purchasing […]

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    Custom Navigation Menus

    To create a custom menu, go to Appearance → Menus in your blog’s dashboard. Start by writing a name for your menu (e.g. Main Navigation) and click on the Create Menu button. On the right side all of your  pages and categories will be listed and you can drag them to the center and start constructing your custom menu. In […]

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