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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To WordPress by Susan Gunelius

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Links

WordPress.com’s Links feature makes it easy for you to create lists of links you want to remember and even share on your blog. To view your Links directory, click the drop-down arrow to expand the Links section of your WordPress dashboard left menu, and click the Links hyperlink. This opens the Links directory page, shown in Figure 12-1.
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Figure 12-1 The Links page shows all the links you’ve saved.
A new WordPress blog automatically includes a number of links saved to the Blogroll link category. These handy links, visible in Figure 12-1, help you access help and other information from WordPress. Most people delete these links or create ...

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