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Advanced Mini Challenge #4: WordPress Plug-Ins for HC Sites

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      Caitlin Duffy

      Hello, campers!

      I’ve just posted about our fourth mini-challenge on our blog. You can find the post here.

      For this mini-challenge, you will learn about the WordPress plug-ins that are available to use with HC sites. This challenge highlights four of my favorite plug-ins, but feel free to explore other options (there are 26 plug-ins to choose from).  Activating plug-ins on your new (or recently updated) site is worthwhile because they can add features to your site and/or save you time. For example, the Zotpress plug-in helps you to quickly cite sources.

      As always, let us know if you have any questions. Enjoy these plug-ins!

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