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WordPress CMS is much more than a blogging platform once you start installing plugins. I’ve once had a Q&A Website built from WordPress, Community Forums, Listing websites and more. And I’ve seen sites built on WordPress that you couldn’t even tell were originally WordPress because the plugins changed it so much.
But to get to my point, installing plugins is very important. Either it be to prevent spam, add contact forms, new media types, or anything else; you need to know how to install plugins.
Required for Tutorial
- FTP Client - FileZilla
- WordPress Already Installed
- Web Browser
- Web Hosting / Localhost Setup