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Create WordPress Sites Easily (FREE Kindle E-Book)

I know there are many people who host their websites on WordPress.com. There is nothing wrong with that other than the fact that there are certain things you can’t do, like import your own themes, when you want to customize your website’s look and design. That flexibility comes with having your own self-hosted WordPress site. If you are unsure how to create your own website, HTML: QuickStart Guide – Creating an Effective Website can guide you step by step. You can get the Kindle E-Book free for 5 days. The promotion actually started about 2 days, so you have 3 days (inclusive of today) in which you can get it for free. The information about the e-book is below.

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Promotion Dates: January 23, 2016 to January 27, 2016

Link to E-Book: HTML: QuickStart Guide – Creating an Effective Website (WordPress, XHTML, JQuery, ASP, Browsers, CSS, Javascript)

WordPress 3.3 – A Leap Into The Future

The following is NOT a paid post:

Well, the word is out. WordPress 3.3 is now available for download. It certainly looks nice and is a little more compact in the Dashboard area than previous versions. For the unconverted, I can tell you that WordPress is by far the easiest blogging platform around. Millions of persons either have their blogs hosted at WordPress.com or have standalone installations at their own web address, like my blog here. It makes blogging hassle-free and comes with a lot of cool features like plugins that help to enhance your blog. The best way to know and really appreciate how great WordPress is is to download it for yourself and give it a try. If you have a blog hosted on a third-party website, why not consider getting your own domain name and blog from there using WordPress? In most cases, you can import posts from your old blog into the new one. Just run a search to see how it’s done.

To get WordPress 3.3 now, visit the WordPress.org download page.