If you want us to host your plugin on WordPress.org, Just ask us to host it for you.
If you’re just getting started, please think about how to plan your plugin first.
All plugins hosted on WordPress.org have access to:
- Monitor downloads
- Get version statistics
- Receive feedback and reviews from users
- Provide support via a free forum
We also have a WordPress.org Plugin API that can be used to monitor statistics of plugins.
We have a large list of Detailed Plugin Guidelines with detailed examples and explanations. What follows is a brief overview of the most important aspects:
- Your plugin must be compatible with the GNU General Public License v2 or later. We strongly recommend using the same license as WordPress — “GPLv2 or later.”
- If you do not specify a compatible license, what you check in is considered GPLv2 or later.
- The plugin and developer must not do anything illegal, dishonest, or morally offensive.
- The provided Subversion repository must be used for functional WordPress plugins only. The Directory is a hosting site, not a listing site.
- The plugin must not embed external links on the public site (like a “powered by” link or advertisting) without explicit user permission.
Getting Plugins Hosted #Getting Plugins Hosted
To have your plugin hosted on WordPress.org, please follow these steps:
- Register on WordPress.org with a valid, regularly checked email address. If you are submitting a plugin on behalf of a company, use an official company email for verification.
email@example.com your email client to ensure you receive email communications.
- Submit your plugin with a brief overview of what it does and a link to a complete, ready to go zip of the plugin.
Within 14 business days, your plugin will be manually reviewed by a member of the WordPress Plugin Review team. You may be emailed and asked to provide more information or correct issues. Once approved, you’ll receive an email with details as to how to access to a Subversion Repository where you’ll store your plugin.