How to Build an Amazon Store With a WordPress Plugin

1. Log in to your WordPress account by entering your WordPress user name and password onto the login page and pressing the 'Login' button. This takes you to the Dashboard administrative area of your WordPress blog.
2. Click on the 'Plugins' menu from the left column of the Dashboard. Click on the 'Add New' option from the menu that appears below the 'Plugins' header.

3. Choose which plugin you want to use to create the Amazon store on your page. Some options are the Free WordPress Store for Amazon Associates, the Amazon Bookstore, WordPress-Amazon-Associate and Amazon Store Plugin for WordPress. They all integrate your Amazon associate ID with the store and allow you to choose products to feature on your website.
4. Click on the button on your plugin that says 'Download' with a version number. Allow the download to happen and click on the option to 'Install' the plugin on your page. When the installation process finishes, click on the link that says 'Activate Plugin.'
5. Enter your Amazon associate credentials and choose the products for your store.

How to Do a Lightbox Pop

1. Visit and search for the Lightbox plug-in. Click 'Extend' > 'Plug-ins' at the top of the Web page and execute a search for 'lightbox.'
2. Download Lightbox Gallery, Lightbox 3 or Flexible Lightbox. Lightbox 3 is the newest version of the original Lightbox plug-in, but many of the available Lightbox plug-ins will accomplish the same result.

3. Upload and install the plug-in from your WordPress Dashboard. Click 'Plug-ins' > 'Add New' > 'Upload' and browse for your downloaded plug-in. Click 'Install' and the plug-in should upload automatically. When it's finished, click 'Activate.'
4. Test the plug-in by going to the website and clicking one of your images. It should automatically be 'Lightboxed' once the plug-in is installed.

How to Create a Divider Line in WordPress

1. Click the 'HTML' tab on the top of the post editing field.
2. Type your first section of text into the post.

3. Add the following HTML code. This code creates a black line divider that extends across the width of the entire post. Adjust the width, pixel height and background color hex code as needed. Place your second line of text beneath the divider.This is the first line of text.

This is the second line of text.

How to Move Static Pages to WordPress on Bluehost

1. Log in to your BlueHost account. Click 'File Manager,' select the name of the domain whose File Manager you wish to access then click 'OK.'
2. Double-click 'WP-Content,' then double-click the name of the theme you use on WordPress. Click the 'Upload' button located along the top of the screen.

3. Browse your computer's hard drive for the HTML file of the page you wish to move to BlueHost. Click the name of the file and click 'Open.' Wait until BlueHost tells you the upload has completed, then return to your File Manager.
4. Input your site's URL, followed by a backslash and the name of the page --- '/Contact.html,' for example --- into your browser's 'Address Bar.' Your page now exists within your BlueHost-hosted WordPress blog.

How to Import a Flash Header Into WordPress

1. Upload the SWF (ShockWave Flash) file to your WordPress site via an FTP client.
2. Log on to WordPress and go to 'Appearance' and 'Editor.'

3. Select 'Header' from the list of templates to the right.
4. Add the following code to your template using the online text editor:
Replace 'myflash.swf' with the location of your SWF file and adjust the width and height to the dimensions of your SWF file.
5. Click 'Update File' to apply the changes.

How to Export Joomla Content to WordPress

1. Log into the WordPress administrator dashboard.
2. Click 'Add New' under 'Plugins' in the left-hand navigational menu. Search for 'Joomla 1.5 Importer.'

3. Click 'Install Now' to install the plugin. Click 'Activate Plugin' when the installation is complete.
4. Click 'Import' in the left-hand navigational menu under 'Tools.'
5. Click 'Joomla 1.5' in the list of importers.
6. Fill in the connection information for your Joomla website. You will need the host name, port, database name, user name and password. All of this information is either located in your Joomla installation or available from your hosting provider.
7. Click 'Connect to Joomla Database.' The importer will run and then confirm when it has imported all the data from your Joomla website.

How to Turn Off Alphabetical Pages in WordPress

1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard.
2. Select 'Pages' from the left menu area. On the 'Pages' page your page titles appear.

3. Customize the order in which titles appear by selecting 'Quick Edit' or 'Edit' below the title.
4. In numerical form, type the order in which you want pages to appear. If you selected 'Quick Edit,' look for 'order' to the right of the title. If you selected 'Edit,' look for 'order' under 'Page Attributes.'
5. Click 'Update.' The page will now appear in the order specified.
6. Repeat this action for all your website's title pages, ordering them numerically.

How to Move From WordPress SQL to GoDaddy

Create a Backup of WordPress Database
1. Log in to the cPanel account of your Web hosting server.
2. Click the “phpMyAdmin” icon from the cPanel main page.

3. Click “Databases.”
4. Click the name of the Wordpress database you want to move.
5. Click the “Export” tab located about the database files in the center of the screen.
6. Click “Select All” from the Export dialog box to copy all tables in the database.
7. Click “SQL” as the file type to save in.
8. Check the box next to “Save as” and select the option of “None” under 'Compression.'
9. Click the “Go” button at the bottom of the screen. The SQL database file is saved to your computer.
Import WordPress Database to GoDaddy
10. Launch your FTP client of choice.
11. Enter your GoDaddy username and password and click “Connect.” Your website files appear within the FTP program.
12. Double-click the _db_backups folder.
13. Paste the .SQL database file you created into this folder.
14. Close the FTP client to save your changes.

How to Move a WordPress Blog to Root

1. Back up all existing files on your server. Pay particularly close attention to existing files in your root directory that share the same name as files in the WordPress subfolder.
2. Log in to your blog. Click 'Administration' and then click 'Settings.' Click 'General' and enter the new location of your blog in the 'WordPress Address' box. When moving to the root directory, this should be the top-level domain with a trailing slash (Ex:

3. Enter the same URL in the 'Blog Address' box and click 'Save Settings.'
4. Log in to your server with your desired FTP client. When connected, navigate to the folder on your server where WordPress files are currently located. This should be within a subfolder of your root directory.
5. Cut and paste all files and folders from the WordPress subfolder to the root directory. If you experience any overwrite warnings, allow the FTP software to overwrite existing files as you already have a back up copy of all old files.
6. Go back to your WordPress administration interface and log in if necessary. Click 'Administration,' 'Settings,' 'Permalinks' and update your WordPress permalink structure if you modified it with your previous WordPress installation.
7. Click 'Settings' and click 'Media.' Verify that the 'Store Uploads Folder' feature is set to place new uploads in the new folder location and not the old location within the subfolder. Update this information as necessary.
8. Click on the title of your website at the top of the Administration interface to be taken directly to your blog homepage. Verify that your blog loads from the new URL. You have now moved WordPress to the root.

How to Create Anchor Tags in WordPress

1. Open the post for editing and switch to HTML editor mode.
2. Locate the section of the post you would like to direct users to, then add an anchor element in the following format:
Some Text
This would create an anchor with the name 'example.' This name will be used in the next step when creating the link.

3. Locate the section of the post where you would like to place the link, and add it in the following format:
Link Text
Notice that in the quotation marks is the name of the anchor, preceded by a # sign. This tells the reader's browser that the link goes to a specific section of the page.
4. Save and then preview the page. Try clicking the link to make sure it directs you to the anchor correctly.

How to Get Adsense on Wordpress Without Plugins

1. Log in to Google AdSense. Click the 'My ads' tab. Under 'Ad units' locate the ad unit that you want to use. Click 'Get code.' Select the code, right-click and click 'Copy.'
2. Log in to the WordPress dashboard with your administrator account. Click 'Appearance' on the left menu, then click 'Widgets.'

3. Click 'Text' in the 'Available Widgets' area. Drag the widget to the sidebar on the right. If your WordPress theme has two sidebars, then drag the widget to the sidebar where you want to place the AdSense ad unit.
4. Right-click in the 'Text' widget and click 'Paste' to insert the AdSense code. Click 'Save.'
5. Log in to the WordPress dashboard. Click 'Appearance' and click 'Editor.' Click 'Single Post (single.php)' on the right when the editor page appears.
6. Search for a phrase similar to the following in the code window. The exact line may vary from one theme to another. But look for the code with 'the_content' in it like

7. Add a table layout above the 'the_content' line of code. For example:

8. Right-click between the
tags. Click 'Paste' to insert the AdSense code. This places the AdSense ad to the top left of your WordPress posts.
9. Review the code. It should look similar to the example shown below:

[Your AdSense code here]

10. Click 'Update File.'

How to Export Files From GoDaddy to WordPress

1. Log into your GoDaddy website. How you log in depends on what software you loaded onto GoDaddy, but if you have WordPress installed log in at where '' is the name of your actual site.
2. Click the 'Export' button in your software. Most blogging platforms have a feature to export posts and pages to an XML file. It's usually located somewhere on your Dashboard or Home Page although you may have to navigate a sub menu to find it. If you have WordPress installed, click 'Tools' and then click 'Export.' An XML file will be downloaded to your Desktop.

3. Log into your new WordPress site.
4. Click 'Tools' and then click 'Import.' Choose the type of XML file you'll be importing. Which file you choose depends upon which software you had installed on your GoDaddy site. When you click the relevant button, an import tool will open and direct your through the import process for your specific software.

How to Make Wordpress Not Look Like a Blog

Select a New Theme
1. Log into your WordPress dashboard using your administrative username and password.
2. Click the arrow beside 'Appearance' to display the settings in this section. Then click 'Themes.' Select the 'Install Themes' tab.

3. Type a word describing the type of theme you might like ('non-blog' for example) or click on the 'Featured,' 'Newest,' or 'Recently Updated' links to browse themes at random.
4. Click on any theme to see a preview of your website using that theme.
5. Click 'Install' to install the theme to your website. You may need to use an FTP program to upload the them to your web server, depending on which Web hosting service you use. Consult your Web host documentation for full instructions.
Create a Home Page
6. Log into your WordPress dashboard using your administrative username and password.
7. Click on the 'Pages' link on the left of the screen. Then click 'Add New.'
8. Design your home page as you would like it to appear with appropriate content and images. This will be the first page visitors see when they go to to your site's web address.
9. Name your page 'Home' or some other name you will remember as the main page of your website. Then click the 'Publish' button.
10. Click the arrow beside 'Settings' on your administrative dashboard. Then click 'Reading.'
11. Click the radio button beside 'A static page' in the 'Front page displays' section. Then select the 'Home' page you just created from the 'Front page' drop-down menu.
12. Click 'Save changes.'
Use Permalink Settings
13. Click on the 'Permalinks' entry in the 'Settings' menu of the dashboard.
14. Select 'Custom Structure' by clicking on the radio button.
15. Type '/%postname%/' (without quotation marks) into the 'Custom Structure' field. This will make the Web address of each page and blog entry display in a traditional, less blog-like format, using the name of each page rather than a date or post number in the address field of a visitor's web browser.
16. Click 'Save Changes.'

How to Upload VCF to WordPress

Uploading a VCF
1. Log in to your WordPress admin control panel. Click 'Media Library' from the main menu bar, then click 'Add New.'
2. Click 'Select Files,' and when the pop-up window appears, navigate to the location of your VCF on your computer's hard drive. Select the file, then click 'Open.'

3. Fill out any of the text fields you wish to add information to the file's entry in the Media Library. You can enter a title or a description for the file, which will make it easier to search for if you need to find it within the Media Library in the future. Click ' Save all changes' when you're done.
Attaching a VCF
4. Log in to your WordPress admin area. Click 'Media Library,' then search for the title or description you gave the VCF using the search box near the top of the screen. Locate the VCF in the search results, click its title, then copy the the URL listed at the bottom of its entry.
5. Go to 'Posts' or 'Pages' depending on where you want to attach the VCF. Click the title of the post of page to which you want to add the vCard link.
6. Place the cursor at the point you want the link to go, and type some descriptive text, for example 'Click here to download my vCard.' Select the text you have just written, then click the link icon. Paste the URL into the box that appears, and click 'Insert.'
7. Click 'Update' at the top-right of the screen to save your changes. Your vCard is now attached to the post or page.

How to Display Asian Fonts in WordPress

Display Asian Fonts for Your Blog Readers
1. Log in to the WordPress dashboard from the wp-admin directory of your website. Navigate to 'Editor' from the 'Appearance' screen and load header.php in the editor. Check that your opening HTML tag includes the 'language_attributes()' function like this:
>Change your HTML tag to include the function if you do not see it there.
2. Check that your header.php includes the following line after the opening head tag:
'>Add this line if it does not already exist in the code, or replace anything between the quotation marks after 'charset' with the PHP code to call 'bloginfo().' Click the blue 'Update File' button to save your changes.

3. Navigate to 'Settings' in the dashboard and click 'Reading.' Check that your blog is set to use 'UTF-8' character encoding. You must use 'UTF-8' to display foreign characters on your blog.
4. Create a post or page in any Asian language you need. Click 'EN' on your Windows taskbar and switch to your Asian language if you did not already do so. Publish the post as you normally would.
Switch the Dashboard to an Asian Language
5. Visit 'WordPress in Your Language' at the WordPress Codex website and scroll down until you see the language you want. Use the links under the language's heading to find the MO file. The file you need for Japanese, for example, is '' Download the file to your computer.
6. Create a 'languages' directory under the wp-content or wp-includes directory of your WordPress website. You can do this using an FTP client. Upload your MO file to that directory.
7. Download the wp-config.php file from the main directory of your WordPress website. Open the file in a code editor or Notepad and look for this line:define('WPLANG', '');Add the code for your language between the empty set of single quotes. The code is the same as the name of your MO file, so for Japanese, edit the file to look like this:define('WPLANG', 'ja');Save the file and upload it to your server, overwriting the old version.
8. Go back to your WordPress dashboard and refresh if you do not see the new language. WordPress now displays in your chosen language. If you see question marks instead of the Asian fonts, install the language on your computer.

How to Use Multiple Template Files in Wordpress

1. Log into your WordPress website.
2. Click 'Pages' from the left menu, then click 'Edit' under the page you want to change. You can also click the 'New Page' button in the top right corner if you want to create a new page.

3. Click the arrow next to 'Page Attributes' from the menu on the right. A new box will drop down.
4. Select the name of the template you want to use from the 'Template' drop-down menu.
5. Change or add content to your WordPress page, then click 'Update' or 'Publish' to post your page. The page will display using the template you chose from the drop-down menu.

How to Integrate Your WordPress Blog With Facebook

1. Log in to your Facebook account.
2. Select 'Notes' from the left menu. Choose 'My Notes' and then 'Write a Note.'

3. Select 'My Drafts.' Do not create a new note.
4. Click on 'Edit import settings' under Subscribe.
5. Type your WordPress blog RSS feed URL into the 'Web URL' field. Click on the check box to confirm you have the right to reproduce content from that blog on Facebook. This content also can't include anything illegal or obscene. Click 'Start Importing.'
6. Preview the blog entries Facebook imports. If everything looks good, click 'Confirm.'

How to Create Columns in WordPress Posts

1. Navigate to the WordPress Plug-in Directory (see Resources) to download the Magazine Columns WordPress plug-in. Save the .zip file to your computer when prompted.
2. Log into your WordPress account, click on 'Plug-ins' on the left-hand menu and click on 'Add New.' Upload the file you just saved to your computer. Click 'Activate' when you receive a confirmation screen that the upload has completed successfully.

3. Create columns within a page or post by inserting the code '
' where you want each column to begin (for up to five columns) or by using the 'Start Columns' and 'Stop Columns' buttons now found within the top menu in HTML view.
4. Preview your post to see if the columns are where you want them, then click 'Publish.'

How to Change the Font Color in WordPress

1. Log in to your WordPress admin panel. Either go to the WordPress website and log in if you use a hosted WordPress blog (see Resources), or enter the URL to your admin panel (you will have set this yourself when you set the blog up).
2. Click 'Posts' followed by 'New Post.'

3. Click 'HTML.'
4. Type the following code in, replacing 'XXXXXX' with the color or RGB code of the color you want to use:
Type the words you want to be displayed in that color. For example, type 'Hello this is a blog in a different color.'
5. Type the closing tag, '
' (without quotes) to close the tag. Click 'Post' to post with your new color.

How to Use a Div With WordPress

1. Sign in to your WordPress account. Hover your mouse over the Appearance pane and choose 'Editor.' Open the 'style.css' file.
2. Scroll to the bottom of the document. Type in a name for your div class and specify attributes that you want the text to have. For example, if you want to create a div called 'newdiv' with font size 14 and black text, you use the following code:.newdiv {font-size: 14px; color: #000;}Save the CSS file.

3. Click the name of HTML or PHP file to which you want to apply the div's formatting. Find the text that you want to style and enclose it within 'div' tags as in this example:
Your text goes here
Save the document. Load the page in a new browser window to verify that your div displays as you intend.

How to Write Arabic in WordPress

1. Go to 'Start' on the Windows taskbar and click 'Control Panel.' Open 'Regional and Language Options' and click the 'Keyboards and languages' tab. Go to 'Change keyboards...' and click 'Add.' Select the version of Arabic you want to use, click the 'plus' icon next to its name and check the box next to the keyboard you want to add. Click 'OK' to install the keyboard to Windows.
2. Open your Web browser and visit the 'wp-admin' directory of your website. Log in to the WordPress dashboard. Navigate to 'Posts' and click 'Add New' to start writing a new post. Click the 'EN' icon on the right side of your Windows taskbar and select Arabic. Begin typing Arabic in to the editor box. Click the blue 'Publish' button when finished.

3. Go to 'Settings' in the WordPress dashboard and click 'Reading.' Check that your blog is using UTF-8 encoding: the default for WordPress that is required to display non-Latin text. Replace the current setting with 'UTF-8' if needed and save changes.
4. Navigate to 'Appearance' and click 'Editor' to load the 'Edit Themes' screen. Check that your theme includes a file named 'rtl.css'. Your theme needs this file to reverse styles to fit the Rright-to-left script Arabic uses. Install a different theme or create the file yourself if it does not exist.
5. Click the link for 'header.php' under 'Templates' on the 'Edit Themes' screen and locate the '
' tags. Below the last '
' tag, add this code:
/rtl.css' type='text/css' />This code imports the RTL styles after your main styles. The RTL style sheet will flip margins, padding and floats as necessary to fit your Arabic text. Click the blue 'Update File' button to save changes.

How to Move Your WordPress Blog to Another Server

1. Log into your current (old) WordPress dashboard in your Web browser if you are also changing the URL of your WordPress blog and installation directory. Navigate to the general settings page and change the URLs of your blog and installation directory to the new addresses. Click the button at the bottom of the page to save the settings.
2. Download your WordPress database by logging into your old host's control panel and click the PHPMyAdmin icon to open the utility. Click the database that contains your WordPress files from the left panel and click the 'Export' tab when it appears on the right.

3. Select the tables that you wish to export (if WordPress is the only script in the database, select them all) from the list. Choose 'SQL' as the output format. Check to select 'Stucture' and 'Data.' Check 'Save As' and type a file name into the text field. Click 'Go' and PHPMyAdmin will create the SQL file for download onto your computer.
4. Log into PHPMyAdmin from the control panel on the new server. Click the database name and click the 'Import' tab. Click the 'Browse' button and navigation to the location of the saved SQL file on your computer. Double-click to select the file. Check to select 'SQL' file in PHPMyAdmin and click the 'Go' button to begin importing. This process may take several moments.
5. Download your old WordPress files to your computer via FTP program or by logging into your file manager via your hosting control panel. You will want to save the WordPress core files in the root of your website or in any directory that you have specified as the WordPress installation directory
6. Open 'wp-config' -- which you downloaded with the WordPress files -- in a text editor if you need to change the name or location of the database, username or password. Type the new entries into each field and save the file on your computer.
7. Log into your new server via browser-based file manager or with your FTP client. Upload the core files, as well as the 'admin,' 'content' and 'includes' folders, to the root of your site -- if you wish to keep all WordPress files in one location. If you had WordPress installed to a separate directory, upload 'index.php,' to the root of your website. Then create the directory on your new server and upload the rest of your WordPress files and folders into the new directory.

How to Autofeed Articles in Wordpress

1. Download a WordPress autoposter plugin from the plugin's website. Extract the plugin files if they are contained within a compressed archive.
2. Open your FTP program and connect to the Web server hosting your WordPress blog. Navigate to the 'wp-content' folder and double-click 'Plugins.' Drag and drop the plugin folder to this directory and wait for the upload to finish.

3. Open a Web browser and load your WordPress blog. Click 'Plugins.' Click 'Activate' next to the RSS posting plugin.
4. Click 'Edit' to go to the settings for your autoposter. Each autoposting plugin has a different options panel, but generally you're going to at least need the URL for the RSS feed that you want to supply the content from, as well as the posting frequency. Other options may include automatically rewriting keyword phrases, altering titles and categorizing the RSS posts. Save the settings.

How to Stop Image Stealing in WordPress

1. Click 'Add New' under the 'Plugins' menu on the left side of the WordPress dashboard.
2. Type 'WP Hotlink Protection' in the search box and click 'Search Plugins.'

3. Click 'Install Now' under 'WP Hotlink Protection' on the result screen. Click 'OK' and 'Activate Plugin' to complete the installation.
4. Click the 'Settings' link under 'WP Hotlink Protection' after returning to the Plugins page. This confirms that the plugin is successfully installed.

How to Add Chat to Wordpress

1. Open a Web browser.
2. Navigate to the Chatroll website (see Resources).

3. Create a Chatroll account using your email address or Facebook account.
4. Type a name for your chat box in the 'Name' text box. This name will appear on your website above the Chatroll widget.
5. Copy the HTML code to a Text widget, if you have a '' website. Change the editor from Visual to HTML. Install the Chatroll plugin if you are using a self-hosted Wordpress website.
6. Click the 'Continue' button on the Chatroll website to customize the Chatroll settings.
7. Open a Web browser.
8. Navigate to the Talkinator website (see Resources).
9. Click the 'Get Talkinator' link at the top of the screen.
10. Change the 'Room' name, size and color according to your preferences in the 'Get your own Talkintor' section of the page.
11. Copy the code in the gray box at the top of the frame.
12. Copy the code into an Text widget in your website. Change the editor from visual to HTML.
13. Open a Web browser.
14. Navigate to the Bleetbox website (see Resources).
15. Click the 'Sign Up' link at the top of the page.
16. Type your username, email and password in the text boxes.
17. Type the address of your Wordpress website in the 'Start Bleeting' text box.
18. Click the 'Start Bleeting' button. The chatbox will be added to your website as a floating frame.

How to Embed a Facebook Widget in WordPress

Using Facebook Badges as Widgets
1. Log in to your Facebook. Click 'Profile.' Then click 'Add a Badge to Your Site' on the bottom of the left sidebar.
2. Select the type of badge you want from the left menu. Click 'Other' under 'Choose Where to Add the Badge.' Then click 'Edit This Badge.'

3. Configure the size and appearance of your badge using the options provided. For the 'Like Badge,' select the Facebook page you would like linked to the badge, and click 'Create Your Like Badge.' For all other badges, click the 'Save' button.
4. Click on the link, and press 'Ctrl' and 'C' on your keyboard to copy it to your computer clipboard.
5. Log in to your WordPress administrative dashboard. Click 'Widgets' in the 'Appearance' section on the left of the window.
6. Drag the 'Text' widget from the center pane of the window to the position you would like it to appear in a 'Sidebar.'
7. Click the arrow at the top of the 'Text' widget. Then place your cursor in the text field by clicking on it with your mouse. Press 'Ctrl' and 'V' to paste Facebook badge into the widget. Click 'Save.'
Using Third-Party Widgets
8. Log in to your WordPress dashboard. Click 'Add New' in the 'Plugins' section on the left of the window.
9. Type 'Facebook Widget' into the search field. Click 'Search Plugins.'
10. Scroll through the available plug-ins. Click 'Details' to see more information about a plug-in.
11. Click 'Install Now' when you have found the plug-in you want. Then follow the instructions in the plug-in details page to embed it on your WordPress website. Most plugins can be activated by clicking 'Activate' in its entry on the plugins page. You can then click 'Edit Settings' to configure the plugin for your website.

How to Put a Twitter Button in the Sidebar of a WordPress Blog

1. Open the 'Plugins' section on the side of your WordPress website's dashboard, and click 'Add New.'
2. Place the cursor in the search field and type 'TweetMeme Twitter Follow Button.' Press 'Enter' to search for the widget.

3. Click 'Install Now' below 'TweetMeme Twitter Follow Button' on the results page, and install the widget by clicking 'OK' and 'Activate Plugin.'
4. Open the 'Appearance' section on the side of the dashboard, and click 'Widgets.' You should now see a widget in the 'Available Widgets' section of the window called 'Follow Button.'
5. Drag the 'Follow Button' widget to the sidebar on the right side of the page. The widget expands to show the configuration options.
6. Type your Twitter user name in the 'Twitter Screen Name' field.
7. Click 'Save.' The sidebar of your WordPress website displays your Twitter account picture, current number of followers and a 'Follow' button.

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