Starter kit to help create Plugin options pages, and learn how to put it all together. Contains all the commonly used form options.
This Starter Kit is an easy to use, well commented starting point for those wanting to develop their own WordPress plugin. I used this as the basis for my own sidebar social widget. I added custom script queuing, css loading, widget code, and social media elements that pull their user IDs from the information stored from this starter kit's settings page.
Thank you for the wonderful example!
This plugin is great for those of us new to plugin development. The code comments are very well-written - easy to follow the logic. One note: this will inject a boxed <p> into every post displayed (not in the DB, just adds to the_content). To stop this, simply comment out the line
add_filter( "posk_add_content" );
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