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Replying to @DevonJHall
Hi! You should be able to embed YouTube videos to your site: What is happening when you attempt to add the videos?
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Replying to @StephTheBlogger
Hi! What is your site URL and the name of the post where this issue is popping up?
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WordPress.com 1h
Based on what you are describing, your site is not a site but rather a self-hosted site. It sounds like a great question for the community –
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Replying to @Princekobby04
The WordPress app requires a service called XML-RPC on your server. The error indicates that XML is blocked on your site. This is commonly caused when a web hosting provider blocks XML-RPC. Please check with your hosting provider to find out if they allow XML-RPC on your site.
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Replying to @jpsinsandiego
That would make sense if it's hosted there with them. Glad you've got it solved.
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WordPress.com 16h
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WordPress.com 17h
Replying to @GarlicDelight
That's not possible. The username is not available for future use.
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WordPress.com 17h
It doesn't look to be possible since that change was made a year ago. We can only restore a deleted account with in 30 days of the change.
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WordPress.com 19h
Replying to @georgierdarling
Hi there! You can still use the Classic Editor if you prefer, click here to see how to switch back: We also invite you to have a look at the whole article and give the Block Editor another chance :)
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WordPress Discover 19h
Join us in a Digital to show support for the millions of people around the world taking to the streets to demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. Got a site? Go to My Site > Manage > Settings to "go green." More:
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @ayiswift
or your ISP could be having trouble connecting to, or even blocking access to, the specific server where your site is hosted. Try clearing your browser cache and resetting your modem/router. Also check if using a different internet connection helps.
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @ayiswift
We don't see anything wrong with that site on our end. Just because other sites work normally it doesn't mean the issue is not with your connection. Something could be stuck in your browser, OS, or router's DNS cache which could prevent connecting to specific sites, (1/2)
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @CindyBiSV
on the front page. And with that theme the front-end search will include comments as well.
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @CindyBiSV
Got it. In that case, you might want to consider using our P2 theme instead: It works a bit differently from regular WordPress themes, and is created to work more as a discussion forum than as a blog, with front-end posting and comments visible (1/2)
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WordPress.com Sep 19
We don't offer phone support, so whoever you called, it wasn't us, and your site is probably not hosted with us, but using the open source software at another host instead. Glad to hear you got it fixed, though.
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @GarlicDelight
The account associated with that image is still active; it has never been deleted. We have sent you an email to the address associated with that account to continue helping with this.
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @dom_dif @WordPress
What is your site URL, and what exactly are you struggling with? We have not made any significant changes to how things work on over the past three months, nor has there been any significant changes to the open source software we use.
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @CindyBiSV
while only site owners are likely to want to search for specific comments on their site.
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @CindyBiSV
The WP-Admin comments view is the only way to search comments, yes. Front-end search only searches post and pages, not comments on those posts or pages. This is because the front-end search exists primarily to help site visitors find specific content (1/2)
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WordPress.com Sep 19
Replying to @evanleck
Great, thank you. Can you DM us? We'll send our current A records for your site.
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