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How to create a simple plugin and widget in WordPress

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Download the code files used in this tutorial at http://learnwithzach.com/how-to-create-a-simple-plugin-and-widget-in-wordpress/ In today's video you will le…

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9 thoughts on “How to create a simple plugin and widget in WordPress

  1. Susan McLean

    Dean, thanks for this vid extremely helpful with some great tips. I’m
    looking forward to watching your other videos – have subscribed of course.

  2. Dean Ethridge

    I’m just using Powerpoint. Nothing fancy. Thanks for the comment Matt. Best
    of luck to you!

  3. Matt Dempsey

    Hey Great vid, what header program are you editing with?

  4. Minh Tran

    I simply go to Fiverr and order this GIG that will help me create a Website
    Header Image in minute:
    fiverr.com/mrgadget/design-a-custom-website-header-image Well, it will save
    time than you did everything yourself I think. Why do we have to design
    ourselves, just let the experts do their work. Good luck!

  5. Hektor Overton

    I am a web developer and I just recorded a bunch of video tutorials for
    wordpress users. It definitely is the most complete wordpress course ever
    created. You can find a link to this training course on my channel. check
    it out.

  6. Jeroen Martens

    Dude your beard show you are a true coder. Coders never shave ! :) Thanks
    was looking for this one.

  7. jurjen folkertsma

    It would be awesome if you did a tutorial on how make a wordpress theme
    from a html/php site (and how to make it work responsive) .

    Anyway love your tutorials, you earned a subscriber.

  8. Deepan Venkatesh

    its great thanks mate i am a beginner but was able to do it now thanks zach

  9. georges jean-denis

    Thanks a lot man! Making a tutorial complete with a youtube video, a blog
    and code source is an excellent idea.
    The video is icing on the cake, but the link to your blog and the source
    code make your tutorial very helpful indeed.
    I could have just followed a text tutorial, however, some tutorials on the
    web fail to give source code as an example.
    I find it encourages me a lot more since I can follow the logic in the
    source code. And when it’s time to make my own plugin,
    it will be a lot easier to figure out where I went wrong since I might
    understand your plugin’s logic completely.

    If I have time in a three weeks or so, I might post whether or not my
    plugin was successful.
    However, I might post questions on your blog earlier if I have trouble.

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