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Advanced WordPress Plugin Development

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Hi, my name is Tom McFarlin, and, in this four-part mini-series, we'll be discussing advanced WordPress plugin development. Specifically, we'll be building a plugin that allows us to pull in tweets for individual posts. Let's get started!


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Part 2



Part 3



Part 4


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