Tagged: WordPress

How to add your Plugin to the WordPress Plugin Directory

I’ve written countless plugins for WordPress over the years in work and for my own personal projects but never had I created on with the intention of adding it to the WordPress plugin directory until recently. This post outlines my experiences when writing my Tides Today WordPress Plugin and hopefully answers some of the questions I found myself asking.

This article is targeted at those adding a plugin to the WordPress plugin directory, especially if you have Git services like BitBucket or Github and have no experience with SVN.

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Remove emoji support in WordPress

WordPress 4.2 introduced a new emoji feature which many were quick to criticise, partly because large parts of the WordPress user community simply didn’t want emoji support, but from what I can gather from forum threads like this, the ugly code it left behind was just not necessary, especially as a core feature that can’t be disabled through the CMS. Don’t worry it can be removed easily.

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Disable WordPress dashboard for subscribers

There’s sometimes scenarios where you want to disable the WordPress dashboard for certain users such as subscribers. You may also want to disable the admin bar for subscribers too.

This isn’t an uncommon scenario, this post tells you how to both disable the WordPress Dashboard for subscribers and disable the admin bar.

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