Zen Coding is an editor plugin for high-speed HTML, XML, XSL (or any other structured code format) coding and editing. The core of this plugin is a powerful abbreviation engine which allows you to expand expressions—similar to CSS selectors—into HTML code.
In this days I start developing a WordPress plugin so would like to give you the list of the websites that helped me.
basic guide to plugin development
another basic guide to plugin development
when you create plugins you could need to have a settings page, here is a complete example fully functionally.
If you have a settings page it’s useful to have a “settings” link in WP plugins manager, this article give you a function to do it
Your plugin settings are stored in WordPress system, here is an article about register and retrieve plugin setting
When you add your plugin to WordPress website you can add the an image in the plugin page, this article explain you how to do it
A WordPress plugin has a “readme.txt” file that has its information, this tool checks and validates it
With this websites I created my WP plugin, in the next days I will post it. I hope these links will help someone else as much as they helped me.
My first WordPress plugin is ready to downloaded!
“This plugin allows you to use a “[more...]” tag in a post to display a preview of it on the homepage.
The preview will display the text of the post, up to the “[more...]” tag, while the rest will be replaced by a “Read more…” link (which redirects the user to the post detail).
When viewing the post detail, the tag is removed automatically and the original, full post is displayed.
In the plugin settings you can easily configure the text of the “Read more…” link and the number of line breaks (“< br />” tags) displayed before the link.”
In this blog I had need to post pieces of codes, to show them it in the correct way I searched a syntax highlighter WordPress plugin.
I have tried some WordPress plugin until I found SyntaxHighlighter Evolved.
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