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I am looking to make a wordpress site that resembles http://diablo3blog.blogspot.com/ I want my blog and pages to have the ability to have multiple top menus like the above link as well as a side bar link menu using http://wpmegamenu.com/help/ or your … See all stories on this topic » Likno Software Blog (blog)
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Hi. I’m working on a Wordpress child theme and would like to rearrange the widgets under admin-> appearance. Is there a way to do this with plain CSS
I’ve used Blogger for 3 years, but now everyone tells me that WordPress is superior for SEO. After scouring many sites, I’ve been unable to find the SEO advantages to using Blogger – are there any? vicki2810.
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I have jQuery Roundabout loaded up into a Wordpress install. The goal is to have it so that I can flip through the posts as the carousel. Functionally speaking everything goes well