Hey, i wanted to try a better rss widget, found a plugin, but couldn’t find my PLUGINS menu anywhere in my dashboard. googled and found this tuturial -> http://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/step-by-step-guide-to-install-a-wordpress-plugin-for-beginners/ but under appearance i have the Users menu, Plugin menu is missing.
The blog I need help with is intoread.wordpress.com.
Please note that it is not possible to install plugins on WordPress.com, for security reasons. Plugins can only be installed on self-hosted WordPress blogs. If you are wondering how WordPress.com differs from WordPress.org, this support article explains the distinction:
If those do not accomplish what you like, it might be best to look at moving to self-hosted, WordPress.org. WordPress.org is a software for self-hosted sites. With WordPress.org, users are provided access to all backend files and can upload custom themes and plugins.
You can read more about this here.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
I’m using the RSS Widget, but it has some problems (when i choose to display item content i get a read more… text, clicking on it doesn’t lead to the post or extra content, so its confusing (Looks like a bug, maybe because my blog is in hebrew? + after clicking a link once the link color and font looks just like the content text, so the user doesn’t know where to click ect)
who wrote the widget? maybe they can fix this issues?
I found that the RSS Widget was working correctly. When I click on the link to the post, it goes to the post. I have gone to all three published posts and it is working.
As for the links, you can tell it’s a link by hovering over the text with your mouse because the color turns green.
Let me know if this problem persists.
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