In part 6 of Writing Your First WordPress Plugin, I'm going to continue where we left off in part 5 and demonstrate how to create your plugin settings form. We will create a complete settings page that allows you to save your plugin options to the database easily from the Settings page that we added in part 5. Plugin settings pages like this are extremely important for high quality plugins because they give your user a much higher lever of control.

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