<rant> This is going to be a short post because I’ll try to keep it on point. WordPress has an ecosystem. When you enter that ecosystem, you gotta respect its rules; you gotta make an effort to be a part of the community, and you should try to improve the product user experience while you at it. Remember that kid from your time at school who never really understood how to be a part of the cool kids? Especially, during summer camps when there was no uniform condition, he wore the oddest of clothes. Yup, it was that time in our lives when standing outside the crowd meant you are a weirdo geek or something. Same is the case with WordPress. You see, WordPress core doesn’t have everything you need to build your custom website with. That’s why there exists a concept of plugins. Plugins are supposed to extend WordPress. Now, I am not talking about API based plugins which connect a SaaS platform with WordPress. I am talking about little plugins which add an extra functionality in your WordPress admin panel. You see I am a UX designer who later converted from frontend of the web to a full stack developer. But that designer part inside me never really went away. I find
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