Installing the WeatherBug Widget for WordPress is very simple, so that’s why the next WordPress Plugin in our series of thousands of Plugins that we’re going to cover is not an actual WordPress Plugin. It’s a series of HTML code produced by none other than WeatherBug.com. WeatherBug.com is a website about weather, obviously. And although I strictly cover WordPress Plugins, this particular HTML code was used in a WordPress site that Orthodox Daily produced called the NarrowsInn.com. The
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There are two ways to learn how to install a WordPress Plugin: the first way is manually, using an FTP client such as Filezilla, or automatically through the WordPress Dashboard.
How To Install a WordPress Plugin Using Filezilla
If you use an FTP client like Filezilla to upload a WordPress Plugin to your website, you will need to download Filezilla first. You can find Filezilla online by doing a search in Google for “filezilla”. The next thing you will do is configure your Filezilla FTP