In the last few days I updated 2 of my plugins – Completely Delete and Unsortable Meta Box, there is nothing huge, I just removed the WordPress Settings API wrapper from them, and created the settings pages based on Tom McFarlin’s WordPress Settings Sandbox.
When developed these 2 plugins, to use or not to use any WordPress Settings API wrapper, that is the question kinda bothered me. I was hoping Tom could integrate the settings page to his Plugin Boilerplate, but got no luck. The barrier kept me from using the Settings API was, even though the Codex looked simple – with only 10 functions I could create a settings page, I had no idea when to use which function.
To speed up my development process, I decided to use one of the Settings API wrappers I found at Github. It’s a very good one, with clear documentation that I can see how to code and what I’ll get. So I integrated it into Completely Delete and later I also used it in Unsortable Meta Box. Read More…
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