Plugins are additional software programs (mostly written by third party software developers) to enhance the functionality and features of the default wordpress code.
If you open your admin panel, you should see a separate tab for “Plugins”. It’s actually just beneath the “Appearance” tab. (It’s NOT a subdirectory of Appearance, rather it’s a different tab below the appearance tab).
Click the “Plugins” tab, and then click “add new” toward the top of the page. From here, you can search the wordpress plugin repository for plugins which fit your specific needs.
These are the things listed in my administrative panel: Dashboard, Posts, Media, Links, Pages, Comments, Appearance, Users, Tools, General.
Have I somehow disabled the plugins menu?
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