Shaumik Daityari walks through the simple steps of creating your own WordPress Widget via a plugin, even if you don't have a lot of experience with WordPress or writing code.
Tag: plugin development
Do you want to learn plugin development for WordPress? This post takes you through developing a simple mass category creator plugin as a tutorial!
Tom Hodgins recounts how they put together EQCSS and shares why he believes all web developers should try building their own polyfills.
Most leading CMS platforms like WordPress use Ajax in their architecture. Sayed Rahman walks through how to use Ajax in WordPress with a real world example.
In this quick tip, Jérémy Heleine covers how you can translate a WordPress plugin description to make it more user friendly in any language.
Simon Codrington covers extending the ‘Quick-Edit’ admin screen that provides a quick way to change the content of your posts, without the full post editor.
Simon Codrington revisits his article on an Introduction to Plugin Development with this real world example of WordPress Plugin Development.
In Part 2, Agbonghama Collins covers ways of triggering events in WordPress and how to hook static and non-static class methods to actions and filters.
Firdaus Zahari shares a quick tip on how to prevent WordPress plugin incompatibilities by taking a defensive approach in plugin activation.
Ben Shadle shares an inside look at the WordPress Plugin Directory submission process with instructions on adding your plugin.
Younes Rafie uses OctoberCMS to build project and team management functionality into it, creating a fantastic app in a matter of minutes!
Tim Carr explores how plugin developers can make their WordPress plugins developer friendly by providing useful and solid developer documentation.
In this article, we'll build a real working plugin, using the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate. Let's see how quickly we can get our plugin up and running!
In this article we take a look into the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate to help you get you started, including an overview of the standard files and folders.
In this article/tutorial, Agbonghama Collins covers how to display custom data retrieved from the database in tabular format using the WP_List_Table class.