Developing WP Creative Commons

I wanted to try something different for my blog, so I thought about vlogging! What if I develop a plugin and record the process, so you can see exactly what I do and how the plugin came to life?

Well, I did it, and you can find the video in this article.

The plugin developed is WP Creative Commons. I asked for ideas on Facebook and Twitter for plugins that I could develop quickly, in a couple of hours, and Daniele Scasciafratte proposed this:

Twitter Screenshot of the plugin suggestion

I found the idea interesting and easy enough to develop and record.

While I was watching the recording again I realized that I forgot to add some things to the plugin, so I added them later and they are included in the zip below.

Let me know what you think of the video, and if you want me to record more things. If you have any idea that you want to see recorded, please feel free to suggest it!

Download “WP Creative Commons” – Downloaded 493 times – 15.94 KB

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5 responses to “Developing WP Creative Commons”

  1. Since video is not accessible for blind people, I suggest you to avoid more experiments like this and do it again textually!

    Just my 0,02€

    [kudos anyway to your efforts and skills!!!]

    1. Whoever needs can still download the code and read that instead of watching the video.

      There’s no way that I could do that video accessible for everyone and to be honest I didn’t think of it, but I think the article and the code explain enough for everyone to understand what’s going on.

      Thanks for sharing your concerns though!

  2. Fantastic idea – looking forward to more of the same.

    *WooCommerce tips/snippets always welcome.

    1. Thank you Bri! I’m glad you like it!

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