White Label WordPress Plugins

Our expert development and support teams can help you and your business develop, maintain, and support your WordPress plugin.

End to End WordPress Plugin Support

WordPress plugins we have developed internally, for other companies, or that have been acquired, have been run on hundreds of thousands of WordPress sites. Our team is ready to help you do the same.

Planning & Architecture
of WordPress Plugins

How will your WordPress plugin integrate with the WordPress platform?

Will your data base stored in custom post types, or custom tables? What versions of PHP will you support? How will it run on sites with 10,000 visitors compared to sites with 10?

These are just some of the critical questions your will need to ask themselves when developing your WordPress plugin. Knowing the right answer, in the right context, is critical. Making the wrong decision now can require significant breaking changes later which may cause issues for your users.

Development & Release
of WordPress Plugins

It is common for WordPress plugins to use semantic versioning, even though WordPress itself does not. Most PHP platforms and frameworks use Composer for dependency management, though WordPress itself is not directly compatible.

Even a skilled PHP development team may find developing for WordPress a challenge due to it’s inherent differences with most other PHP based platforms. From PHP versions, to how code is managed, WordPress is unique. These differences are what has lead WordPress to, according to W3 Techs, have a nearly 40% market share of all websites. Over 60% of websites using a content management system are built on WordPress.

Our team develops in and on WordPress every day, we can help navigate the challenges the WordPress ecosystem may pose compared to others. We can work with you to develop your plugin according to WordPress code style and standards.

Maintenance & Updates
of WordPress Plugins

The WordPress ecosystem prides itself on it’s backwards compatibility, at least for the core of WordPress. Other plugins are another story entirely.

One of the most common support issues a plugin may experience is incompatibilities with other third party integrations. While many of these would be solved by better development practices from these third parties, in the meantime we must continue to ensure our own end users experience with your plugin is not negative impacted by others.

WordPress is also at an inflection point, with regards to PHP version. A large portion of WordPress sites still run on PHP 5.6 or older, while the rest of the internet is preparing to upgrade to PHP 8. There is a challenge ahead of WordPress and all it’s plugins to help users with this upgrade. For the time being, this may mean maintaining integrations which support three major versions of PHP at the same time!

Documentation & Support
of WordPress Plugins

The WordPress community has been trained over the years to judge plugins by a handful of criteria: how often is it updated, what is the star rating, and is support responsive.

To ensure that your plugin has the best chance of success, strong documentation and support will play a key role in gaining users trust. Without this, many users may never give a plugin more than a cursory glance.

With the right experience and processes it is not difficult to delivery a quality support experience to your users. Our team has that experience, and the processes.

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