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plugins for basic users?

  1. Do basic users have access to plugins (like a random quote generator)?

    The blog I need help with is marktbrehaut.wordpress.com.

  2. No, WordPress.com does not allow plugins. There are widgets and shortcodes though, and these allow a lot of customsation.

  3. Thanks for your response!

    Another question: I am a new user (obviously). I switched from blogger because of their 20 page limit - but I was a fan because it let you customize any coding for free. Are there any glaring limitations for basic wordpress users that I should be aware of before I get too deep into it?

  4. I can't think of any special limitations. The only thing I can think of is that with WordPRess.com you can only use the themes available in the dashboard (but there are loads) and to edit CSS you need a paid addon

  5. No javascript. No iframes. Flash has to be converted using the Gigya Shortcode before it can be used. No ads. No Google Analytics.

    On the plus side: super security, great tech support, 200+ nice looking themes for free, a bunch more for less than a hundred bucks. Outstanding SEO. The Reader helps connect the community.

  6. How can i add ads to my sight without plugins?

  7. You can't - it's against WordPress.com terms and conditions.

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