Having an understanding of best practices that should be followed when writing a WordPress plugin is nearly as important as understanding how to write the plugin itself. The advantages of following general best practices are huge, and there is not a single valid reason why best practices should not be followed. This part of Plugin Development 101 will walk through some of these best practices and will explain why they are so important.

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