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Self Hosted Plugins

When I first went to host my plugins on my own site, I was surprised that there wasn't anything out there to help me with the tricky job of deploying updates. WordPress has updating built into it, but it's not easy to apply that to plugins hosted on your own site.

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Topic Posts Last Poster Freshness
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Error during activation 6 Mindshare Studios, Inc. 2 years
[resolved] [Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] plugin not working (not accepting readme.txt) 5 341 3 years
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] just getting 404s 2 tom-accent 3 years
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Works on 3.31 1 dumorian 3 years
[resolved] [Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Need Help with a Couple of Issues 45 topquarky 3 years
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Error: You must have a valid WordPress readme.txt file within the plug 1 robwhiteus 3 years
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Just wanted to say thank! 2 topquarky 3 years
[resolved] [Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] What to do if your README has shortcodes. 1 topquarky 3 years
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Is there Support for Authenticate Before Update? 6 topquarky 4 years
[Plugin: Self Hosted Plugins] Don't use Version 1.0.5 1 topquarky 4 years

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