October 9, 2012

How to Add Charts and Diagrams to Your WordPress Posts and Pages with Easy Chart Builder

Sometimes, the only way to get a point across is to use a diagram, chart, or graph. WordPress doesn’t come with this functionality natively. I don’t know about you, but there are few tasks more difficult than trying to show someone an example or comparison without the use of a good…

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