Not sure on how to install <span id="urn:enhancement-34b92f88-f3a7-5f18-decc-7bb8bc4e41d5" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/plug-in_computing">plugins</span> on <span id="urn:local-text-annotation-qk1avde9mnoa5op6oj3o94amjghl4zek" class="textannotation wl-no-link disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/wordpress_2">WordPress</span>? Follow this simple guide, and master it in minutes.
First of all, log in to your WordPress account. This can be done via [yoursite.co.uk]/wp-admin/
Now logged onto WordPress, scroll down the side bar menu, until you see the "Plugin" tab, hover over it, then click "Add New"
Once on the plugin menu page, type your desired plugin into the search bar, then hit enter.
Next, you will need to install the plugin, simply click "Install Now"
Finally, you need to activate the plugin, simply click "Activate Plugin"
Congratulations, you have successfully installed the plugin.
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