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Before you can start using your new website, you’ll need to go back to your WordPress Dashboard. From there, navigate to Appearance > Themes. This is where you can download free or premium themes that match your content creation needs. These themes also come equipped with plugins that will help transform your content into usable, search-engine friendly web design in no time.
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When you purchase your domain, you will be able to log in to our portal where you will find all your client information. You’ll also have access to your dashboard where you can manage every aspect of your account: hosting, domain names, email address, SSL certificate…you name it! We pride ourselves on being quick and efficient when it comes to assisting – we’re here for you Our technicians are certified experts in all major software systems (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, OpenCart), so we can help you with any problem within minutes. Just let us know how we can help you today!
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