- [Instructor] WordPress now ships with a new post editor. … For years WordPress provided the Classic Editor, … which looks like this. … Everything on this screen is a part of the Classic Editor. … The post content field here has two modes, … plain-text and visual. … Plus, all of the meta boxes here in the sidebar, … and beneath the editor, … are all parts of the Classic Editor. … Let's go ahead and publish this post. … In order to show you the Classic Editor … I'm using the Disable Gutenberg plugin. … So let's deactivate that … and take a look at the new Gutenberg Block Editor. … The Block Editor is included … with WordPress version five and better. … Here is the new Block Editor. … So for example, if we want to create a new post, … we can add a title and some content like so. … Then over here we click Publish to publish the post … just like before. … And that's basically it. … As usual we can view the post on the front-end. … And we can do all the cool things … that we normally can do with WordPress posts. …
- WordPress APIs
- Action and filter hooks
- Activating and deactivating plugins
- Plugin security
- Creating the directory and files
- Adding menus and the settings page
- Inserting custom functionality
- Testing and debugging WordPress plugins
- Creating widgets
- Managing users and roles
- Adding custom post types and taxonomies
- Working with custom fields and database queries
- Using APIs: Transients, HTTP, and REST
Skill Level Intermediate
WordPress: Developing Secure Siteswith Jeff Starr2h 34m Intermediate
1. First Steps
2. Plugin Basics
3. Building a WordPress Plugin
4. Essential Plugin Techniques
5. Extending Plugin Functionality
6. Advanced Plugin Techniques
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