October 26, 2012
WordCamp Portland 2012 10
Kailey Lampert 3
This is a simple overview of writing plugins. I’m not a developer (I focus on WordPress administration and front-end development), but this helped me better understand how plugins work. I had heard from others that it’s better to put specific functionality in plugins rather than a theme’s functions.php, so it was good to hear the logic behind that advice.
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