If you want to get started coding your own plugins for WordPress, try our new course, 3 Practical Projects to Learn to Code WordPress Plugins. You'll learn by completing practical projects, so not only will you learn a lot about coding plugins, but you'll also end up with some useful, functional WordPress plugins!
What You’ll Learn
In this course, your instructor Rachel McCollin will guide you through creating a series of practical call-to-action WordPress plugins.
First, you'll learn how to create a call-to-action plugin that can be activated with a hook from within a theme.
Next, you'll create a plugin to output a call to action from a shortcode that users can embed in their content.
And finally, you'll create a call-to-action widget that users can edit and add to their sites with the WordPress Customizer or Widget admin screen.
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