How To Improve Your WordPress Plugin’s Readme.txt

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If you’re a plugin developer and you just love to write code, then writing a readme.txt file for a plugin in WordPress’ repository might be your idea of hell. When you’ve written all of that lovely code, why must you spend time writing about how to use it?
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If you’re a plugin developer and you just love to write code, then writing a readme.txt file for a plugin in WordPress’ repository might be your idea of hell. When you’ve written all of that lovely code, why must you spend time writing about how to use it?

Unfortunately, some plugin developers view writing a readme.txt file as the least important part of their job. So, we end up with things like the following.

Descriptions with only one line,

Descriptions with hardly any information,

No translation into English,Typos.

Why You Should Care About Your Readme.txt

A poorly written readme.txt does not necessarily indicate that the plugin is poorly written; the code could be mind-blowingly good. But it does give the impression of an overall lack of attention to detail and a lack of care for end users. You see, no one will notice if a readme file is particularly awesome, but they will notice if it’s bad.

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