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WordPress themes control the look and functionality of your site.

To find themes, mouse over the Appearance tab and select "Themes." Then click "Add New." View categories of themes using the top links or search for a theme.

Type in keywords to search all of the uploaded theme titles and descriptions.

Click "Feature Filter" to filter themes by color, layout, features, and subject using the checkboxes below.

Click "Apply Filters" to see all the themes that match your criteria.

Hover over a theme and click "Preview" to get more information and preview.

Click "Install" to add this theme to your library.

The "Live Preview" button will bring up a live example of any theme.

Once you find a theme you like, click the "Activate" link.

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