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  • I’ve been writing WordPress plugins for some time, now, but I’m not a professional coder, and have no formal background in programming.

    I was wondering if there is any formalised peer-review process for WordPress plugins, because I’d really like to have someone with a more rigorous approach to WordPress development cast an eye over my work, and suggest improvements, or point out security holes etc.

    Cheers,

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  • There isn’t as far as I know and I’ve written a few plugins myself. You’ll get some basic feedback if your plugin is particularly bad when you submit it to the WordPress Plugin Repository although the reviewers vary somewhat.

    There are a lot of checklists and tips out there which I’ve found useful for discovering what I should and shouldn’t be doing. As a result I take pass at my plugins to rework them and bring them closer and closer to the ideal.

    Lastly, if you haven’t done so already, check out the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate which sets out a good structure for plugin code and files.

    Thanks very much Marios Alexandrou. I’ll try your tips.

    Cheers,

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