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no ‘plugin’ tab in administration panel

  • Hi,
    There is no ‘plugin’ tab in my administration panel. I’ve seen on this site that it should be between the ‘presentation’ and ‘users’ tabs…but that is not so in my case. I have just 8 tabs, namely ‘dashboard’, ‘write’, ‘manage’, ‘blogroll’, ‘presentation’, ‘users’, ‘options’, ‘upgrades’. Please help!

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  • Is yours a wordpress.com blog, or one installed on a domain name/host server of your own?

    Hmmm. Answered by the “upgrades” included in your list. No plugin options on a wordpress.com blog; please see the FAQ and the forum at http://wordpress.com/, thanks.

    Yes, my blog is on wordpress.com ; what do you mean by a host server? Sorry, but i’m new to this terminology.

    If you have a wordpress.com blog, you don’t need to know about host servers. You need to know that you can’t have plugins, and that help for your questions is found at the link I posted above, not here.

    Ok. Thanks!:)

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