@TravellinBob It's not restricted in any way - the blogs are public*. However, you can expect that most of the "guest" visitors might be people who are interested in the Vivaldi browser. 🙂
* Edited to add that you can change the settings to discourage search engines from indexing your blog. You can also make the posts password-protected if you wish.
@professorconfundus said in How to connect Vivaldi.net blog to Wordpress app:
ah, that’s a shame
No, it is about enhancing security of the Wordpress blogs on Vivaldi servers.
Devs of iOS Wordpress app should not trust that all features on blogs are active.
Hello 👋 @tugeza
Welcome to the Vivaldi community. Thank you for registering and sharing your request with us.
This error is rarely seen, however, please contact Vivaldi at https://vivaldi.com/contact/ and they will absolutely validate all your information to do the manual process.
We would love to see what you write on your Vivaldi blog.
@zenya If you want to permanently disable comments, go to your blog's Settings > Discussion and choose these options:
Allow people to submit comments on new posts
Automatically close comments on posts older than x days
@babettey Hi - the Vivaldi blogs use WordPress, a very popular blogging system, maybe the most used on the net. But it can certainly be a daunting experience for beginners trying to learn to use the WP Dashboard for the first time, and managing posts and themes. Vivaldi has tried to keep it simple by removing some of the more complex features so users can get started with blogging relatively easy.
But like everything else, it takes a little learning to put to good use, and a good place to start would be the official guides:
As for your issue with the dates being the same, I'm assuming you did an export from another platform? And somehow the dates became lost during that process so all dates will be the date you imported the posts.
Depending on how many posts we're talking about, it might be necessary to redo the export, or maybe just simply edit the post date for the imported posts, which can be done directly in the WP quick edit mode:
Edit the post date and when you're done click Update: