Blogging is a great way to share your thoughts and ideas with the world. However, if your blog isn’t showing up on WordPress, there may be a few reasons why.
1. Your Blog’s Domain Name is Incorrect
The first thing to check is whether your blog’s domain name is correct. If you’re using a subdomain, make sure the subdomain is included in your blog’s domain name (for example, myblog.subdomain.com).
WordPress will only look for blogs on the domain name specified in the blog’s URL (example: http://myblog. If your blog’s domain name is incorrect, you’ll need to change it before you can add it to WordPress.
2. Your Blog’s File Extension is Incorrect
The second thing to check is whether your blog’s file extension is correct. WordPress looks for .WordPress files in directories specified in the wp-config.
php file. If your blog’s file extension isn’t correct, you’ll need to change it before you can add it to WordPress.
3. Your Blog Doesn’t Have a Custom Theme or Template installed
If your blog doesn’t have a custom theme or template installed, WordPress won’t be able to find it and add it to its default list of blogs. You’ll need to install a custom theme or template before you can add your blog to WordPress.
4. Your Blog Is Missing Files or Has Invalid Files
If your blog doesn’t have all the files it needs installed or if some of the files are invalid, WordPress won’t be able to find and add your blog to its list of blogs. You’ll need to install all the files and make sure they’re valid before you can add your blog to WordPress.