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Customizing Your WordPress Blog: Installing Plugins

Now that you have your hosting set up, WordPress blog installed and preferred theme applied, it’s time to start adding some additional features and functionality to your blog. In this section of the series we’ll go over installing plugins.... This story continues at Make Tech Easier The post Customizing Your WordPress Blog: Installing Plugins appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
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