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Replying to @EricaSouthgate
You should still be able to access the classic editor from the posts list in WP-Admin, though we recommend using the classic block instead if you're looking for the old editing experience:
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Replying to @MohdMaskati @WordPress
If the site is hosted on our servers on , you can report it at and our terms of service team will review the content. If the site is using the software at another host, please contact that hosting provider directly.
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Are you having trouble loading the Sites interface, or the WP-Admin dash at ? Does anything load, do you see an error message, or just a blank screen?
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Replying to @inicopaez
Please contact support at , and our team can take a look.
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WordPress.com 8h
Could you send a link to the site? We'll check it out and point you in the right direction for support.
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Replying to @Parasetamol_
Are you referring to the like button, and if so, do you need some help with that?
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Replying to @FredZi_1
No issues over here. What is the URL of the site with the problem?
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Replying to @MattWalkWild
We have some options available at :)
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Replying to @ThisIsMissD
Howdy - What does the error message say?
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Replying to @rattynem
Hi there - I just sent an email your way. Can you write back to me there with more details about this?
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Replying to @lilmeeeezy
We can't seem to duplicate this yet -- could you contact us through help in the app so our mobile support team can take a look?
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Replying to @CEOEnterpriseNX
Please contact live chat support at , and they can look into this for you.
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Replying to @rfyoz @WordPress
Installing plugins on requires our Business Plan. Your other option is to set up a site using the open source software at another hosting provider like Bluehost or Pressable.
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Replying to @robskinner
Okay, that indeed sounds like a caching issue. Next time just try clearing the browser cache, and it should also work.
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Replying to @EricaSouthgate
I'm not sure what you mean by vanishing buttons. Can you give a bit more detail? If you're speaking of the block editor, this might help:
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Please contact our support team at so we can take a closer look at the notifications issue.
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WordPress.com Aug 2
Replying to @WendyLovesJesus
Still use the more-tag to control how posts display on your site's front page. In that regard you shouldn't see any change.
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WordPress.com Aug 2
Replying to @WendyLovesJesus
The option under Settings ->Writing only affects your site's RSS feed and email notifications, not post display on the site itself. The front page will only show excerpts if your theme supports that, and you've selected that option in the Customizer.
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WordPress.com Aug 2
Replying to @MintyScripter
You can reach live chat support at if you need help with anything else :)
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WordPress.com Aug 2
Replying to @MintyScripter
That's normal. WordAds requires a custom domain set as primary on your site, so that will only work once the domain transfer is completed. It might also take a few days after activating ads before they'll start appearing. (1/2)
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