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Best practices for WordPress coding
April 07, 2010 @ 09:24:32

New on the CatsWhoCode blog today there's a post from Jean-Baptiste Jung for all of the WordPress-ers out there with some best practices to help you in your theme or plugin development.

Coding a WordPress theme or plugin can seem to be an easy task at first, but if you want to produce work that is more professional, you have to worry about things such as internationalization and security. In this article, I'm going to show you the best practices I have learned in 3 years of developing with WordPress.

There's six main tips he share including "Think International", "Speed up development using community tools and templates" and "Make use of hooks, actions and filters". Each tip also comes with a few links to some resources where you can find out more details on the technology involved.

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