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WordPress® All-in-One For Dummies® by Michael Torbert, Andrea Rennick, Kevin Palmer, Cory Miller, Lisa Sabin-Wilson

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Conventions Used in This Book

Throughout the book, we apply the following typography conventions to guide you through some of the information we present:

  • When we ask you to type something, the text you're supposed to type is bold.
  • We also use bold in step list instructions.
  • When we suggest a keyword that you may want to enter in a search engine, the term appears in italics.
  • Text that appears in this special font is certain to be a URL (Web address), e-mail address, filename, folder name, or code.
  • We apply italics to terms we think you may not be familiar with to let you know that we're defining it.
  • In some instances, we provide blocks of code to use on your WordPress Web site. Code looks like this:
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>This is my Web site</title>
    </head>
  • When the text that you see may be different, depending on your settings and preferences, we apply italics to that text.

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