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Making sites since 2004, Chris credits WordPress for helping him get involved in web design with version 1.2.
“The first time I ever seriously decided that I was going to build a website, my strategy was to buy a domain name, buy some hosting, then download and install WordPress,” says Chris. “I found some free themes that were good starting points then tinkered around customizing them to my liking.”
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