If you’re a commercial plugin developer, one of the things you’re bound to come across sooner or later is a refund request.
You’d do well to decide from the onset what your policy on refunds is going to be. In this post I will take a look at the 3 most popular policies that I have come across, and my thoughts on each.
The readme.txt file is an essential file when submitting plugins to the WordPress.org repository.
There is an excellent article on Smashing Magazine which highlights all the important things you need to know when creating a readme.txt file.
When you’re ready and want to preview how the file will look into the repository, you can use this tool.
If you’re creating plugins for WordPress, chances are you’ll need to use AJAX at some point. Today I want to share with you some of the best resources I’ve found while I was learning how to use AJAX in plugins myself. Hope you find them useful.
Here are some good resources and tutorials dealing with the subject of Object Oriented WordPress plugin development.
An important aspect of keeping your plugin well organised is to create a file and folder structure that makes sense.
I’ve recently done some research on how the leading plugin developers are structuring their plugins, and would like to share this with you.