Posts Tagged ‘new-features’

WordPress.com oEmbed Provider API Now Available (via WordPress.com News)

July 18, 2011

WordPress.com oEmbed Provider API Now Available Last week, we introduced support for OAuth2 and launched develop.wordpress.com, as we're eager to empower the developer community to extend WordPress.com in new and meaningful ways. Today, we're excited to announce the availability of our new oEmbed Provider API, yet another way to make it easy for third-party services and their respective audiences to share and consume content. oEmbed is a format for allowing an embedded representation of a URL … Read More

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Personalize Your Blog with the New Custom Design Upgrade (via WordPress.com News)

June 15, 2011

Custom Design gives you a much larger palette. Your blog becomes your own work of art.

Personalize Your Blog with the New Custom Design Upgrade Today we're excited to bring you Custom Design, a powerful new tool that combines easy to use, code-free font selection from Typekit and a beautiful CSS editing interface with world-class support from our famous WordPress.com Happiness Engineers. You'll find both new features—Fonts and CSS—under Appearance → Custom Design in your dashboard. Custom Design costs just $30 a year, and both features include a free preview so you can try them out first … Read More

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3 New Ways to Attract More Twitter Followers from WordPress.com (via WordPress.com News)

May 31, 2011

Your WordPress blog has become the latest method towards adding more Twitter followers on the spot.

3 New Ways to Attract More Twitter Followers from WordPress.com We love to create new features on WordPress.com, but we also like to make it easier for you to connect your site with other popular services. We’ve teamed up with the folks at Twitter several times over the years, and we're thrilled to help them unveil the new Follow Button to the world for the very first time today. The new Follow Button makes it easy for your readers to follow you on Twitter without ever leaving your WordPress.com site. Here ar … Read More

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