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Selecting the Right WordPress Plugin

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Slides from my "Plugins: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly" presentation at the Oct. 21, 2014 WordPress Naperville Meetup.

"There's a plugin for that!"

For just about anything you need to do in WordPress, there is a plugin. In fact, there are over 33,000 plugins available in the Plugin directory.

But how do you pick the right one?

In this session we'll walk you through the "anatomy of a plugin". How they're built and how they work in WordPress.

We'll also cover the best practices when it comes to evaluating plugins, security concerns, and why it's often better to use a plugin than adding code to a theme.

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Selecting the Right WordPress Plugin

  1. 1. WordPress Naperville Meetup Plugins: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly 10/21/2014 @WPNaperville #wpnaperville Meetup: bit.ly/wpnaperville
  2. 2. <?php /** * Plugin Name: Friendly Image Titles * Plugin URI: http://www.mikehale.me * Contributors: MikeHale * Description: Automatically adds a friendly * image Title and ALT tag * based on image filename. * Version: 1.0 * Author: Mike Hale * Author URI: http://www.mikehale.me/ * License: GPL-2.0+ */ ?>
  3. 3. Plugin Name Description Version Author (Links to Author URI)
  4. 4. Activate plugin: register_activation_hook(); Deactivate Plugin: register_deactivation_hook() Delete Plugin: register_uninstall_hook() (Or include an uninstall.php file)
  5. 5. About Mike Hale Mike Hale Platform & API Developer Copyblogger Media My Blog www.mikehale.me Twitter @MikeHale Google+ +MikeHale

Slides from my "Plugins: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly" presentation at the Oct. 21, 2014 WordPress Naperville Meetup. "There's a plugin for that!" For just about anything you need to do in WordPress, there is a plugin. In fact, there are over 33,000 plugins available in the Plugin directory. But how do you pick the right one? In this session we'll walk you through the "anatomy of a plugin". How they're built and how they work in WordPress. We'll also cover the best practices when it comes to evaluating plugins, security concerns, and why it's often better to use a plugin than adding code to a theme.

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