Categories Asides wordpress.com Big Day Post author By Matt Post date August 4, 2006 13 Comments on Big Day Just launched some pretty major features at WordPress.com: private blogs, store, and custom CSS. Share this: Related WordPress.com InvitesAugust 15, 2005In "Asides"Why Wordpress.com is Virtually Spam FreeApril 9, 2007In "Asides"How is WordPress.com made?February 18, 2011In "Asides" ← WordCamp kickoff party → Live from WordCamp 13 replies on “Big Day” Where’s the info on Store? Custom CSS is pretty neat. Custom CSS is a paid upgrade, the store is in the backend interface under “Upgrades”. […] Found via Matt If you enjoyed this post Subscribe to the Free ProBlogger Newsletter […] The lack of custom CSS was one of the reeasons why I stopped using wordpress.com, it’s nice to see for new users that it’s finally becoming a possibility :). […] WordCamp seems even more the place to be given today’s news about WordPress.com, which I first saw via Matt. The really big news is that you can now control the stylesheet for your WordPress.com blog. […] I assume the CSS is being cleaned prevent the usual attacks (-moz-binding:, behaviour: etc.); is the code out there? Just KSES? We’re using a number of approachs to clean the CSS, but yes we’re definitely watching the security there very closely. […] Photo Matt: Big Day […] guess who i’m sitting with at a geek meeting- erica from barcamp austin stuff. and we talked about you! 😡 PS UM if we do not get together when you’re in austin that weekend (how long will you be there) i will be VURREH sad. *j […] Big Day […] […] One of the major differences between a WordPress blog on your own server and a free WordPress.com blog has been that you can massively tweak and enhance the blog on your own server. Today that has changed as WordPress.com has added some new features. […] Very very nice one […] WordPress.com adds privacy, custom CSS and optional paid upgrades Filed under: General Info by Miraz on August 4, 2006 One of the major differences between a WordPress blog on your own server and a free WordPress.com blog has been that you can massively tweak and enhance the blog on your own server. Today that has changed as WordPress.com has added some new features. […] Comments are closed.