Been looking for a week to add a folder for the media files I have,then I found out and confirmed with WordPress support that its not supported yet. Folders should be easy you would think…..come on man!
So today I downgraded my account to just one website. The reason I didn’t cancel it all together is because of s .it domain that is not easy to move.
Started a hosting account on another service but that might be cancelled by the end of the month. I hope.
Everything is moving to WordPress for security and easy editing.
Moved most some of my sites back to GoDaddy , not sure why when other post’s said I was trying to move away from GoDaddy. I did find out that Microsoft Exchange / email problem went away when I just use Godaddy as a DNS server.
One of the sites that was setup for email worked great on WordPress using exchange I moved the site back to GoDaddy and I couldn’t get Outlook the program to work. I used a “help me fix it” program from Microsoft and it helped a little. Soon as I moved the site back to WordPress and just used GoDaddy to point it everything started working again.
I should have just left well enough alone and stayed with WordPress.
So one of the things I wanted to test with the WordPress hosting of sites is how fast sites would load outside the United States. The sites loaded a lot faster then I saw with other hosting company’s and the interface with WP on a slower internet connection seemed to be fine. I was impressed and had no problems at all, another reason to move more sites to WP in the future.
So I’m looking around in the options that WordPress.com has and I had a question . support is built into the interface. Thinking it would just bring up a FAQ page but no there are live support people who pop up in a chat to help. It was way more than I expected, thank you WordPress.
And on another good note when you have questions about Microsoft Exchange you can type in a question and there is a “call me” button. After a few mins someone calls you to help with what ever it is you need. WoW