How To Get Your Plugins List At WordPress.org Plugin Directory

With the WordPress Plugin Competition 2.0 in full swing, some plugin authors may want to have their plugin listed at the official WordPress.org Plugin Directory. Within this post I will go over the steps necessary to get your plugin hosted by WordPress. This tutorial is for Windows users, but I will link to other tutorials […]

With the WordPress Plugin Competition 2.0 in full swing, some plugin authors may want to have their plugin listed at the official WordPress.org Plugin Directory.

Within this post I will go over the steps necessary to get your plugin hosted by WordPress. This tutorial is for Windows users, but I will link to other tutorials as they become available based on other operating systems. The WordPress directory uses Subversion, which won’t be covered in detail here (you don’t need to know Subversion to follow this tutorial). The tutorial covers adding a plugin I wrote called Feed Styler into the plugin directory. I apologize in advance for the plug, but I wanted to provide a real-world step-by-step example of adding a real plugin.

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