It’s been two months now since I published my first WordPress Plugin. Further to my last post on this subject, I am now in a position to share a few more lessons learned.
This is a beautiful and colourful WordPress theme based on the colours of the blazing pink and peach orchid. Featuring a traditional layout, it supports custom menus and supports numerous widget areas. With the support of the Twitter Bootstrap framework, it is fully responsive to all media. It will look just as good on a
Here are a few things I learned from the experience of writing my first plug-in for WordPress and using wordpress.org to host it.
This is a straightforward contact form for your Wordpress site. There is very minimal set-up required. A standard set of input boxes are provided, these include Email Address, Name, Message and a nice big ‘Send Message’ button. When your user has completed the form an email will be sent to you containing your user’s message. To reply simply click the ‘reply’ button on your email client. The email address used is the one you have set up in Wordpress under ‘Settings’ -> ‘General’, so do check this is correct.
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