Why would you publish charts in WordPress? Well, data/stats are usually difficult to follow and to process by the human brain unless they are presented in an interactive manner. Long story short, people hate numbers. People hate having to imagine the importance of numbers on their own. It’s difficult. It takes time. This is where visuals come to play. And the list could go on. One way of adding some visuals to your blog: charts and graphs. Charts in WordPress: How to add charts to your WordPress blog I’m sure this won’t surprise you, but it’s all done with a plugin. Visualizer: Charts and Graphs is our own free plugin that will help you with the entire process, making it easy to go through. We’re actually quite proud of it! Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to publish charts on your WordPress blog. First, install the plugin. For that, simply go to your wp-admin, then to Plugins / Add New, and type in “Visualizer” into the search field: Then, activate the plugin, and go to the post or page where you want to insert some charts. It can be any post or page from your blog. Click on Add Media, the button you normally use to add images to
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