Professional WordPress Plugin Development
- Shows you how to develop advanced plugins for the most popular CMS platform today, WordPress
- Covers plugin fundamentals, how to create and customize hooks, internationalizing your site with translation files, securing plugins, how to create customer users, and ways to lock down specific areas for use in corporate settings
- Includes pointers on how to debug, profile and optimize your code, and how to market your custom plugin
Learn advanced plugin techniques and extend WordPress into the corporate environment.
CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO PLUGINS.
CHAPTER 2: PLUGIN FOUNDATION.
CHAPTER 3: HOOKS.
CHAPTER 4: INTEGRATING IN WORDPRESS.
CHAPTER 5: INTERNATIONALIZATION.
CHAPTER 6: PLUGIN SECURITY.
CHAPTER 7: PLUGIN SETTINGS.
CHAPTER 8: USERS.
CHAPTER 9: HTTP API.
CHAPTER 10: THE SHORTCODE API.
CHAPTER 11: EXTENDING POSTS: METADATA, CUSTOM POST TYPES, AND TAXONOMIES.
CHAPTER 13: CRON.
CHAPTER 14: THE REWRITE API.
CHAPTER 15: MULTISITE.
CHAPTER 16: DEBUGGING AND OPTIMIZING.
CHAPTER 17: MARKETING YOUR PLUGIN.
CHAPTER 18: THE DEVELOPER TOOLBOX.
Brad Williams is the CEO and cofounder of webdevstudios.com. He is a coauthor of Professional WordPress.
Ozh Richard has released a number of popular WordPress plugins and won an Annual WordPress Plugin Competition.
Justin Tadlock has developed numerous plugins and teaches users how to use plugins and themes at his WordPress site ThemeHybrid.com.
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