Use the widget, blogger :
Many reasons to do so. One of the reasons is that i can -and, of course, you can- take your Rss_feed -or someone else’s- and pin it to a post i just reblogged (or shared). A post of yours.
If you use the classic editor, you should use the shortcodes to do so. Check the following to get an idea : wp_rss_shortcode
Here’s an example :
I’m sure you’ve noticed that nothing happened when i used the feed_shortcode on the classic editor above. The only thing you see is the shortcode itself. It is because i’m upgraded to the business plan. How wonderful ! I pay more in order for this shit to happen.
Actually, when you upgrade your site to a “better” plan, the wordpress.com serves you as a hosting company. When you upgrade and you buy your domain name -for many reasons and in order to get rid of the “wordpress” in your domain name- you’re on the air with one leg on the wp_com and the other leg to the wp_org.
This is why you have two dashboards. This is why mirroring takes its place. This is why some previous functions of the wp_com do not work anymore (not compatible with the plugins of the wp_org). This is why you are confused. This is why the helpdesk doesn’t have answers to give you, when you ask them. And many more, dear friends. For the money ! Which is awesome ! I Love the money ! Money, money, money…
The problem is not the money, dear friends. We are rich ! We have money ! The problem is that the quality of the service you get is not of high standards when you pay more. Additionally, they don’t tell the truth. Half words, dear, in order to buy the plans. Anyway, i’ll stop here.
So, i had to switch to the CoBlocks in order to show you an example. The CoBlocks is an editor, but it comes as an extra plugin when you upgrade your site and your plan.
Now, this is what i mean. I reblog a post of yours (when you’re on the business plan you lose the reblog function, but you still can share someone else’s posts), and i add a few more posts of yours in my post, which is, actually, a post of yours which i host to my site using the reblog or the share button.
Rss_feed from OutosegoClips :
Rss_feed from RubalWorkShop :
Rss_feed from Doree MelNic :
Rss_feed from SapphireSky :
Rss_feed from CrystalByers (with an excerpt, you can display an excerpt, also, not only the author, the date and the title) :
- Have you ever read a book that you loved so much? Except there is almost no way to adequately explain. Like if you tried, people might think there’s something wrong with your brain. For me, that’s Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore. Fifteen-year-old Kafka Tamura runs away to escape his father’s house and an Oedipal […]
- The crack is moving down the wall.Defective plaster isn’t all the cause.We must remain until the roof falls in.It’s mildly cheering to recallThat every building has its little flaws.The crack is moving down the wall.Here in the kitchen, drinking gin,We can accept the damndest laws.We must remain until the roof falls in.And though there’s no […]
Rss_feed from lluisBusse :
- When a human body moves further from the (self)life of rotation it becomes increasingly more difficult to change the rotational velocity of the establishment. Intuitively, this is because the human being is now carrying more momentum with it around the circle of life and because the existential momentum is changing more quickly. (*) Photographs taken […]
- Do you remember Pierre, where we fall in love at first sight? Sure, Marie, on the street with the convex mirror that deformed also the sense of feeling. And we kissed each other in that passage found in works, where everything was very dark. Then we went up to a rooftop terrace where we touched […]
- Lovers hide their kisses between the stone steps, they just sealed a love on the bridge Pont des Arts. Tying love locks also on the Pont de l’Archeveche, near the Notre Dame cathedral, and will remain anchored other loved-up couples for ever. Rainy spring days, bright summer mornings, lethargic autumn evenings, long winter nights. The […]
- The ghostly shadow jumps La Gare Saint-Lazare when Cartier-Bresson shoots his Leica rangefinder and the Second World War sneaks discrete through. Cheerful women in magazines smile decades ago and nobody check out. You can turn freely the pages of the dusty past, except for Duc de Berry, héritier du trône de France. The smiling young blonde dawns on the […]
- City of charm, novelized by great writers, and desired by cohorts of unfathomable lovers. Rainwater is deposited in Man Ray style: Larmes (Tears) on Car-Tops. On the Seine you can feel the upward glance of the fin du 19e siècle. Couples unleash passions in invisible rooftops. The inner courtyards attend to growth the glistening wild […]
Rss_feed from Racoltapetru6 :
- Șade moșul și privește La fete cu trup de zână, Simte cum inima-i crește, Dar celelalte-i atârnă.
- ”Fii pregătită pentru orice, ca viața să nu te ia niciodată prin surprindere”, își aminti Delia de o altă vorbă a tatălui. Era tare sfătos părintele său, iar ea nu s-a interesat niciodată dacă aceste cugetări îi aparțineau sau le împrumutase de la predecesori mai mult sau mai puțin celebri. Cum ar fi Herbert […]
- BANCURILE SĂPTĂMÂNII * O mamă tânără sună la 112: – Alo, copilul meu a mâncat nisip. I-am dat să bea apă. Ce trebuie să fac mai departe? – Mare atenție, să nu se apropie de ciment! * Într-o benzinărie, un programator se uită derutat la pompe și murmură: – 95?… 98?… 95!… 98!… Văzându-l pierdut, […]
- Gândurile mele-s line, Vin și pleacă pe botine, Mă tratează cu-alinare Și mă-ndeamnă la visare. Am și gânduri de-alea rele, Ce apar în cizme grele, Dar le cer cu insistare Să le lase la intrare. Gândurile au și doruri, Vin în turme sau în stoluri, Fanteziile-mi animă Și iau calea spre inimă. Gândurile mele-s […]
- Când e-n asfințit, soarele se-nroșește, de emoție.
Rss_feed from Lidea :
Rss_feed from David and Laura :
Rss_feed from Gen-X Travels :
Rss_feed from Julie Sopetran :
Ps : That was it, dear friends. At least for the moment. Take care and enjoy. Let me play a song.