add wordpress plugin header image in WordPress Plugins listing

WordPress tutorial for plugin developers, add wordpress plugin header image in WordPress Plugins listing page. wordpress is allowing to add header image. This is very old thing still I am bringing up again. From Jan 2012 wordpress is allowing to add the wordpress plugin header image in wordpress plugin listing.

add wordpress plugin header image in WordPress Plugins listing

After adding image to assets folder to SVN root. Plugin image will appear after half hour.

To add your own header image to your plugins, follow http://make.wordpress.org/core/2011/12/21/been-giving-a-lot-of-thought-to-how/ Matt’s instructions on the dev blog. Images must be 772 by 250 pixel JPEG or PNG files. And no animated GIFs, kids.

As an experiment we’ve turned on custom hThis is very old thing still I am bringing up again. From Jan 2012 wordpress is allowing to add the wordpress plugin header image in wordpress plugin listing.

After adding image to assests folder to SVN root. Plugin image will appear after half hour.

To add your own header image to your plugins, follow http://make.wordpress.org/core/2011/12/21/been-giving-a-lot-of-thought-to-how/ Matt’s instructions on the dev blog. Images must be 772 by 250 pixel JPEG or PNG files. And no animated GIFs, kids.

As an experiment we’ve turned on custom headers for the plugin directory. If you’d like to try out this feature:

Make a 772×250 pixel jpeg or png. (No animated GIFs. 🙂 )
Check it in to your plugin’s SVN directory with the path assets/banner-772×250.(jpg|

png). Note that the assets directory is added to your plugin’s root directory, not trunk.
On the next plugin directory refresh (every 15 minutes or so) you should see your image start showing up on the page.

eaders for the plugin directory. If you’d like to try out this feature:

Make a 772×250 pixel jpeg or png. (No animated GIFs. 🙂 )
Check it in to your plugin’s SVN directory with the path assets/banner-772×250.(jpg|

png). Note that the assets directory is added to your plugin’s root directory, not trunk.
On the next plugin directory refresh (every 15 minutes or so) you should see your image start showing up on the page.
add wordpress plugin header image in WordPress Plugins listing

add wordpress plugin header image in WordPress Plugins listing

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