"Plugin Manager Enabled" Badges

Are you a Movable Type plugin developer? Have you built in support for Plugin Manager yet? If so, consider adding one of the following badges to your plugin's web page to signify the your plugin is "Plugin Manager Enabled." This will make it much easier for people to identify those plugins that are compatible with the Plugin Manager framework.




To your users being "Plugin Manager Enabled" means that your plugin is easy to install and easy to keep up to date. What it means to you is fewer support headaches from having to support new installations and upgrades of your plugin.

So if you haven't enabled your plugin yet, consider checking out the developer documentation and see just how easy it is.


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» Is your Movable Type software Plugin Manager enabled? from majordojo
Recently I relaunched Plugin Manager's website. The new website has an awesome new design, compliments of Jesse, and perhaps most important to my users, it also has completely revised and updated documentation. The relaunch inspired a lot of people to... [Read More]

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