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The new plugin Reviews feature suggests a shifting approach to the WordPress ecosystem. Reviews: a new tab in town On every plugin page, there is now a Reviews tab. This is in addition to the Support tab that WordPress added … Continue reading
Here’s another specialized plugin development tip! If you want to create a link to activate a plugin, you need to know the path of the plugin file. Let’s use Akismet for this example. $path = ‘akismet/akismet.php’; $link = wp_nonce_url(admin_url(‘plugins.php?action=activate&plugin=’.$path), ‘activate-plugin_’.$path); … Continue reading
In my last post, I wrote about the benefits of using YOURLS, a self-hosted link-shortening service. I’m finding that YOURLS is great, but it’s not perfect. Some of the issues I have experience are part of what you get using most … Continue reading
Much cleaner. One static and unchanging JS file to cache. Parameters get put into your HTML itself as a one-liner. You can deal with the parameters using a normal PHP array before passing them over. No need to screw around … Continue reading