Involve yourself in enough WordCamps, meetups and community forums, and you start to notice a trend. The same kind of question is asked over and over. It sounds something like… What plugin should I install to do {feature}? WordPress users have the world’s most popular CMS, with 29% of the web under its wing and 53,000+ plugins, yet there is still a confidence gap when choosing plugins and themes. Right now, WordPress does a great job of providing plugin and theme information related to: The features The support you receive User reviews These are all part of what makes a good plugin or theme, but there is an important piece missing. This piece of information answers the question… Will the code I’m about to install break or put my site at risk? A plugin or theme could deliver the exact range of features you need, with great support, and positive reviews, but if the quality of code it contains is poor, you risk the integrity of your website. A single line of good code can unlock potential for you and your website, but bad code can trigger untold calamity. Unfortunately, the barrier of entry to writing good code is higher than we would like to admit. The good news
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