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In the that come with your WordPress installation, all use a to hold most of the site's navigation links. Other Themes may use navigational aids in the and footer. While these navigation links can be displayed in any , typically, the navigation links include:
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To see what your WordPress site looks like for printing, print out a page or, from your browser's menu, choose . Not very pretty, is it? And fairly wasteful of paper having that long list of sidebar blogroll links printing out over two pages.
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Begin by carefully examining a generated page (or test page) and look for some identifying text in the sidebar, near the errant border. Let's say that listed in the sidebar, you have a post title called "All About Harry". You know you'll find that title in your sidebar when you view the page's source code.
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After you log in to WordPress and click on the menu at the top of the screen, you can upload files with the Flash uploader.
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It is important for website developers to understand that . Meta tags can be added manually, through changes to the Theme template files or through WordPress Plugins.