Using readme.md for a plugin on WordPress.org

Did you know that a plugin hosted on the WordPress.org Plugin Directory can use a readme.md markdown file instead of readme.txt? If you manage your plugin on GitHub or GitLab and use a readme.md file there’s no need to maintain or generate a separate readme.txt file — just send the readme.md file straight to wordpress.org.

WordPress Plugin: Instapaper ‘Read Later’ Links

Latest version: – Released : Description This plugin allows you to display Instapaper ‘Read later’ links next to each post on your blog just like on Give Me Something To Read. You can either automatically insert the links adjacent to your blog entries, or you can just use the template tag to insert the links […]

WordPress Plugin: Plugin Info

Latest version: – Released Description This plugin provides a simple way of displaying up-to-date information about specific plugins hosted on the WordPress Plugin Directory in your blog posts and pages. It is intended for plugin authors who want to display details of their own plugins from the WP Plugin Directory on their blog and want […]