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WordPress Plugins – Lessons learned

WordPress Plugins – Lessons learned

After reading this article on Smashing Magazine, I could only think about the issues I have had when building a WordPress plugin.

It gives great insight into building a great plugin that not only works, but has catered for the majority of users. From using the correct URLs, using filters, option arrays for plugin data storage (the best way to do it!), to checking everything before releasing it.

It’s a great read and if you are thinking about releasing a plugin or creating your very first one, I recommend you take a look at this article by Joost de Valk.

Lessons Learned From Maintaining a WordPress Plug-In

Yours in WordPress,

Belinda Vesey-Brown About the author
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