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1st Topic : This is a news post.
Posted by Owner / Tuesday, June 02, 2015 (06:25:35) / (231 reads) 1st Topic

This is where you can post news about your site. This news will be down the center of the page. Every time you post a new news article, it will show up above the last one on the center of the page.

2nd Topic : This is a 2nd news post.
Posted by Owner / Tuesday, June 02, 2015 (06:29:53) / (278 reads) 2nd Topic

You can create any topic you want. And you can have as many as you want. For example, you can have a topic called daily sales. And then you can have weekly sales, monthly sales, daily news, weekly news, monthly news are anything you can think of that will relate to your site.
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