Do It Yourself – Tutorials – How to Create a WordPress Plugin from Scratch | 2021 WordPress Tutorial

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – How to Create a WordPress Plugin from Scratch | 2021 WordPress Tutorial

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Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials

Today I’m going to show you how to create your own WordPress plugin. By the end of this tutorial you’ll understand the basics of creating / building a WordPress plugin and how it works.

It’s not that hard!

So we are going to cover 3 steps:
1) The basics of creating a WordPress plugin
2) Adding functions to your WordPress plugin
3) Adding a menu tab related to your WordPress plugin

So basically we are going to build a WordPress plugin from scratch.

Have fun!

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