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Old 06-04-2013, 10:13 PM   #1
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LXer: WordPress Jetpack Plugin An Overview

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Some features on the WordPress Jetpack plugin are duplicated by other plugins. However, if I need a function thats available in Jetpack, Ill try running that version first before installing another plugin to do the job. Why? Ive already got Jetpack installed, so why install another plugin if its not necessary? If Im not happy with the way the Jetpack version worksand sometimes Im notI can always go plugin hunting to see if I can find another solution.



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