If you are a WordPress plugin developer, then you already know about the readme file. You may love to write code so, writing a readme.txt file for the plugin in “WordPress” repository might be a painful task for you. You may always think – why should I spend much time to write the plugin description when I have written bunch of lovely codes. Now, do you really hate to write a good readme.txt file for your plugin? If yes, then you should know why a readme.txt file is very important for your plugin.
If yes, then you should know why it is very important for your plugin.
Why you need to write a good readme.txt file
When a user tries to use a plugin, he/she always check the description of the plugin to understand the functionality/features. If he/she gets the clear instruction about the features of the plugin through description, he/she clicks on the download button to use it on their website.
Now, if your plugin has a single line description without any resourceful information then you are unlucky. On the other hand, a plugin with a good description can win the championship like a boss. No user will address that you have written a very good readme.txt. However, when it