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- AnonymousJanuary 1, 2019 at 12:28 pm #51346
To create a plugin, all you need to do is create a folder and then create a single file with one line of content. Navigate to the wp-content/plugins folder, and create a new folder named yourpluginname. Inside this new folder, create a file named yourpluginname.php.
Firstly you need to structure your Plug-in: When creating complex functionality, splitting your plugin into multiple files and folders might be easier.
2. Name Your Plug-In And Its Functions: When creating a plugin, practice caution in naming the functions, classes, and plugin itself. If your plugin is for generating amazing excerpts, then calling it “excerpts” and calling its main function “the_excerpt” might seem logical. But these names are far too generic and might clash with other plugins that have similar functionality with similar names.
3. Plugin Safety, Of course: If you plan to distribute your plugin, then security is of utmost importance because now you are fiddling with other people’s websites, not just your own. All of the security measures you should take merit.
4. Cleaning Up: Many plugins leaves a lot of unnecessary data lying around. Data that only your plugin uses can wind up as dead weight if the plugin doesn’t clean up after itself.
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