Joost de Valk: The Devastating Power of Defaults

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November 20, 2014

Every plugin or theme developer who’s done a lot of development has learned that developing the backend often takes more time than developing the front end. Thinking about how you make your backend look and what you name options can save many, many hours on support. We’ve found in research amongst our own users that default settings often don’t get changed. What does this mean? What to do with it?

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WordCamp Europe 2014 29

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Joost de Valk 11

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default settings 1
plugin development 108
Support 73
Theme Development 79

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