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Do you use WordPress.com or WordPress.org?
There is a way to solve every dilemma, even the most complicated. WordPress topics are not out of date, neither due to problems with configurations, importing contents or being compatible with a plug-in. No matter what the issue you have with your submission, you have a fix, so take a long breather because we will be listing the points you need to keep following to find help in the right place.
Most importantly, after verifying that we followed the instructions in the manual and that the issue was not due to a specific plug-in or an error in WordPress setup (permalinks, commentaries, read preferences or other frequent problems), you should know where to find help or what the same thing is, ask the right contact in this case the topic's creator.
You will find the answer by answers to the following question. Do you use WordPress.com or WordPress.org? First is to distinguish which platforms you use WordPress.com and WordPress.org (you can see the difference here (in Spanish),) because although both topics may seem to look the same, there are some detail they do not divide, so the answer to a topic in WordPress.com could not be used for a topic in WordPress.org and conversely.
When you use WordPress.org, the following fundamental issue is whether your theme is free or first-rate. It will help us to determine where we get our topic from and thus go to the resource or writer. When you have bought a premier theme, the creator should be assisted through the available canal.
When the topic comes from a market place such as Themeforest or Mojo Marketsplace, you have activated section assistance where you previously had doubt from other people. Instead, if you bought your theme directly from the author's website, such as Elegant Themes, you'll need to sign up to the author's help forums or browse the help page to resolve them.
For the English -speaking forums we also provide the option of Spanish e-mail Spanish language technical assistance via the Spanish language technical assistance contact page. When our theme is free, it is more likely that we have retrieved it from the WordPress theme Repository or from the author's website. Each topic has its own separate Supportforum in the case of the offical Repository.
It' important to remember that the writers of these topics do not calculate anything for this item, so we should be thankful for the lessons dedicated to the topic and the assistance. Once you have retrieved the submission from the author's website, as with previous submissions on topics of interest to users, you will need to look on the web to see if the original contributor provides assistance via the forums or the Contacts area.
Instead, if we are at WordPress.com, the next thing we need to ask is whether our theme is free or upscale. And before you continue, keep in mind that the topics in WordPress. Once you have payed for it, go to the forums for premier topics and choose the one you want to use from the drop-down menu on the far right.
You can then access the exlusive forums where you can ask the authors of the topic about a specific topic. But before you comment, check the issues already begun, maybe someone had the same problems as you and the answer could already be stated. When the topic you are using is free, you can use the general thread forums.
They are not sorted by template here, so you need to use the find engines to see if your issue is already resolved. Questions here are responded to by WordPress.com employees and volunteers, so reaction times may differ, but usually they do it quickly. Use the above information to quickly and effectively get in touch with the help er or helper.
But if you haven't found the help you need yet, you can use the WordPress.org general forum using volunteer hosted template files. Or, if you need extra care to fix your issue, rent a WordPress specialist to help you. Hopefully these moves will help you find the right resource to help your business get out of trouble as quickly as possible.