Make A WordPress Plugin – Translations

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Make Your Plugin Translation Ready WordPress provides us with all the tools (and functions) we need to make our plugins translatable or┬álocalizable. Why make your plugin translatable, you might ask? Well, to increase your plugin’s target audience by allowing any person, who speaks any language, the ability to understand and use it. But making your plugin ready for translation doesn’t mean you need to do the translations yourself. But it does provide a really easy way for your plugin users to provide their own translation files. This is what you need to do in order to make your plugin translation … Read more…

Make A WordPress Plugin – Readme.txt and Refactoring

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In the previous post, we created our first plugin and also create a GitHub repo for it. So far so good, but now we need to take it a step further. In this lesson we will cover the following topics: Create a readme.txt file. Create a readme.md for GitHub. Refactor code into different files. Readme.txt Why even bother creating this file? Very simply : the WordPress.org plugin repository uses it to generate your plugin’s landing page. And this page can make all the difference when people are deciding if they want to download your plugin or not. I seldom download … Read more…