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@LonM I'm happy with Vivaldi platform but just think that adopting open standards for communication protocols could be nice. In the internet today, to reduce the power of the big platforms that are powerful because of the size of their user base, federation would allow smaller plateforms to create a network and this would benefit us as end users.
I believe that Wordpress, although being open-source, does not use these open standards that the Plume blogging engine is build upon.
@KGdev5tc Right... what I suspect happened is you edited the introduction post, which is set to private by default.
Under the Publish heading on the right side, change the Visibility to Public and click Update.
As for the quality of the instructions - it does say "head to your Dashboard and click Add New to bring up the editor."
In my experience, step-by-step instructions are just as prone to failure as other kinds of guidance, and are detrimental to users learning how to do things on their own. After all, it's not exactly "rocket science" we're dealing with
Glad not to be alone. (Btw, what did Polll do to get banned ? )
And thank you for the previous answers, but no way, if a browser / blog is said to be non intrusive, it should not force me to get a mobile phone that tells all my private life to the world.
That's why I consider Vivaldi another data collector.
@andyslens Please contact the support.
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The Vivaldi blogs are there for personal use, not team use. If you need to set up a blog for a team to use it might be better to find a different host.
The main purpose of the Vivaldi blogs is to allow community members a place to share their individual blogging.
@Catweazle, thank you for your kind welcome! Will be happy to be in contact with you!
I don't think that Vivaldi considers "My Blog" as a simly online notepad or wants people to go looking alternatives to Vivaldi blog. On the other hand I understand that the more features (i.e. plugins, themes) you enable the more support and development efforts will be necessary.
Nevertheless Jetpack is quite an essential and very special case. Even the free version provides
visitors statistic by time and by countries,
tools for media content optimization,
two directional integration with social media,
"related posts" feature
Is it crucial for commercial sites only? I don't think so. For instance Wordpress.com isn't a dedicatet hosting provider for business sites and their Wordpress implementation has many limitations, but Jetpack makes this platform very and very attractive for people. I wonder if Vivaldi could become a real competitor in this niche.