WordPress is currently the most popular (as of 2009) blog platform. It is an open source code that is optimized for Google SEO and can be used free of charge by anyone. Because of this tremendous popularity, Web development is widely supported and improved through the development of WordPress plug-ins. If you are going to submit or update the plug-in yourself, please continue reading.

, according to my personal experience, this is not a simple plug-in submission, nor is it a simple plug-in update.

this article provides a basic overview of the process of submitting and updating your WordPress plug-in. So if you’re planning to develop a plug-in or want to share a plugin, but you don’t know how to do it, then you’ll have a positive answer after reading it.

The basic steps required for

are submitted to the plug-in

the first thing you need to do is visit http://s.wordpress.org/extend/plugins/register.php and register. Fill in the exact information, and then click the registration button. WordPress will send full information to your email address.

when you receive a letter containing your login information, then what you will do is login here: http://s.wordpress.org/extend/plugins/add/, using the user name and password sent by WordPress. After you have successfully logged in, you will see the form "add plug-in". If you cannot see this form, you are not logged in yet.

same, you need to fill in the form accurately so that it can accurately reflect the plug-in name and functionality of the plug-in. For example, suppose I wrote a plug-in that automatically ranks the name in the search results of wordpress. I can list the plugin "by title search results" and present the relevant forms.

, if that’s the case. You need to elaborate on the plug-in functionality and explain its function and uniqueness. Keep in mind that your information will be reviewed by the WordPress, so make sure that your status requires very clear information.

The plug-in for

WordPress is optional in the form of "add plug-in" on the web site, but will see the exact code of the plug-in for all of the WordPress plug-ins and evaluate the importance / uniqueness of the plug-in. The idea is obviously to avoid duplication of plug-in functionality. Remember, once you approve your WordPress plug-in, you can publish your plug-in on top of http://s.wordpress.org, so it can be shared with other members of WordPress.

one day after submitting the application, WordPress will answer your request for approval. For example, <

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