I have a few issues that I need help with.
1.) Registration emails do not work
2.) Comment emails are not working
3.) The speed of the blog rendering is not that good
4.) Yahoo support for WordPress, refers me to wordpress, and wordpress refers me to Yahoo. (not a good support structure)
5.) RSS feed broke with ITUNES as of 2.2.
The install was done via Yahoo automated process and for the most part it works with the exception of what I mentioned above.
I very much like wordpress and perhaps it is the mix of Yahoo and WordPress that isn’t doing to well. I can move it, but my online business is with Yahoo and I am very happy with the store, so I could get some help, I would appreciate it.
I have had a couple of emails with a Matt Mullenweg:
His 1st response was, “I forwarded your email to Yahoo”, and there was no follow ups, no ownership of this support item.
I sent a couple of other emails to Matt , but there was no response, the next email was to the support email address.
This time Matt had this for a reply:
> Can I please get some help here?
What exactly do you want me to do?
My response to him was –
I am not sure why it is slow, I am using the hosting services of Yahoo and when I ever I call Yahoo for support they refer me to WordPress, so I am stuck in this circle of support and not making much progress.
From what I have read in the forums, there are some others that feel that WordPress and Yahoo don't seem to be a good match. I am not sure...
The .net one is quicker and snappier compared to the .com
Also, the emails for registration and comments do not work and they work at the .net , so something is not 100%. I am looked and checked online, but I don't see anything that sticks out.
I am asking for support, for someone to look into these issues and help out.
Thanks Matt for the reply.
Matt’s response was –
“There is nothing I can do to make your site faster, as I'm not your host. Most people have no problems with Yahoo, if you are then I suggest you cancel your account with them. All I can do is forward your feedback, which I've already done.”
So, I am not turning to the WordPress community to see if I can get any help with the issues that I listed above.