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September 25, 2012

How to Display Estimated Post Reading Time in Your WordPress Posts

Recently, while visiting one of the blogs, we saw a nifty little box on each post that showed an estimated post reading time. Since we knew that the blog was running a plugin, we knew there has to be a plugin that showed how to do this. With a few minutes of research…

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