I don’t know if this is of that much interest, but here’s a rundown of the WordPress plugins I use, why, and where you can get ’em.
From a consumer perspective, WordPress is as attractive as it is because of the number of plugins that exist for it. From a developer perspective, WordPress is as attractive as it is because of how easy it is to extend the core application through the APIs. They’re a hot topic, too – anyone (including me …
When it comes to various business models that surround WordPress plugins, there are normally three types: Completely free Freemium Premium How a developer opts to publish their plugin is their prerogative, and there are a lot of opinions as to why any one model is better than any of the other models. As with anything, …
Pressware Plugins is something that I’ve been talking about in a few different posts before this one. I’ve spoken of the project in the following posts:
– Pressware Plugins For a Better Blogging Experience
– Preparing to Launch Pressware Plugins
And I’ve also talked about the first, free plugin we’ve launched: Easier Excerpts.
As of today, Eric and I have officially launched the Pressware Plugins storefront, so I thought it’d be a good idea to talk about what the purpose of the project is, what you can expect, and what’s in the pipeline of work.
Understanding WordPress plugins and themes are important whether you’re managing content, writing blog posts, or developing for WordPress.