A: What is web development?
II: Why you should start building wordpress plugins
A: How to build a wordpress plugin
I: Introduction – why should I care about web development?
A: Optimize your website for mobile devices – Google penalizes websites that are not mobile friendly. Google+ uses a mobile friendly index.
B: SEO – SEO is still really important.
C: Web development is a skill that will always be needed.
I: Introduction – what is web development?
A: Web development is the process of designing and building websites.
I: Introduction – why should I start building wordpress plugins?
A: WordPress plugins are easy to build and market. It’s a great way to make money. There are over 20,000 wordpress plugins available on WordPress.org alone. Many of them have been abandoned. They have a large community behind it. They have a great reputation. It’s an easier way to get started with web development. You can take advantage of other people’s work and you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. If you focus on an area that not many people are covering you can be one of the best there is in the area. If you do something innovative you’ll gain popularity and we’ll be able to make money from it. The plugin you build may be used by hundreds of thousands or even millions of websites. You’ll gain experience and find out if this is something you like to do or if it’s something you want to do as a career. It takes less time than starting a business from scratch. It can earn you passive income even after you stop working on it. Plugin development allows you to focus on the technical side which you like rather than having to run a business or marketing
I: Introduction – how to build a wordpress plugin?
A: Here we’re going to cover how to start developing wordpress plugin from zero to publishing it on WordPress.org
Create a directory for your plugin Create a readme file and put it in the plugin directory Create a php file and put it in the plugin directory Add the source code in the php file Create a .pot file and put it in the plugin directory Create a .po file and put it in the plugin directory Add translations if needed Create a changelog file Set up your theme directory Create a functions file and put it in the theme directory Add the source code in the functions file Create an admin page file and put it in the admin directory Add the source code in the admin page file Set up the main file Create an uninstall file Set up your readme file Publish your plugin on WordPress.org
I: Conclusion – so what should I do next?