TAG | plugin
In the last post we setup the plugin and activated it in the admin. In this post we will setup the plugin as a class and create a basic admin menu. The idea of writing the plugin as a class came from the popular how-to series at devlounge. Please check them out for more info as I use their ideas frequently in this post.
The goal of this plugin is to provide a way for the user to change the font size of text on a wordpress site using jQuery. This post will cover the initial setup of the plugin folder structure and files.
This presented a great opportunity to take some of the AJAX features I liked and turn them into WordPress plugins that I could use on different sites and with different themes. I have decided to create a series of posts on how I developed the elasticFonts plugin from start to finish. I hope that the reader finds this tutorial useful.