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Showcase the plugins you have in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory on your own site

Portions of code are heavily influenced by I make plugins by Mark Jaquith.

This plugin provides a new post-type to hold your plugin definitions for your plugins hosted on WordPress.org's Plugin Directory. Just add a new post of this type for each plugin that you have in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory and everything "Just Works". The plugin archive is at example.com/plugins/ and each plugin is at example.com/plugins/your-plugin-slug.

You can customise both the archive and the individual post output by copying the files out of ./templates/ into your theme and modifying to suit. content-my-plugin.php is used for the single post view, and excerpt-my-plugin.php is used for each post in the archive/list view.

Author Daniel Llewellyn
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Contributors diddledan
Tags developer, listing, plugin, wordpress.org

You're a plugin developer so you should know how to install a plugin.

Once installed, add your plugins as individual posts in the "My Plugins" post-type.

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Version 1.0.0

Requires WordPress version: 3.5 or higher

Compatible up to: 4.7.0

Last Updated 26 Jan 2017

Date Added: 25 Jan 2017

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