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updating some of the grammar

develop 2.0.0
Tom McFarlin 9 years ago
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@ -18,15 +18,15 @@ The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate includes the following files:
1. Copy the `plugin-boilerplate` directory into your `wp-content/plugins` directory
2. Navigate to the "Plugins" dashboard page
3. Locate the menu item that reads "TODO"
4. Click on "Activate"
2. Navigate to the *Plugins* dashboard page
3. Locate the menu item that reads *TODO*
4. Click on *Activate*
This will activate the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate. Because the Boilerplate has no real functionality, nothing will be added to WordPress; however, this demonstrates exactly how your plugin should behave as you're working with it.
If you opt to uncomment Line 77 which contains the following line:
`add_action( 'admin_menu', array( $this, 'plugin_admin_menu' ) );`
`add_action( 'admin_menu', array( $this, 'plugin_admin_menu' ) );`
Then a new menu item will be added to the *Plugins* menu.
@ -73,4 +73,4 @@ Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
## Author Information
The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate was originally started and is maintained by [Tom McFarlin](http://twitter.com/tommcfarlin/), but is constantly under development thanks to the contributions from the many WordPress developers throughout the world.
The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate was originally started and is maintained by [Tom McFarlin](http://twitter.com/tommcfarlin/), but is constantly under development thanks to the contributions from the many WordPress developers throughout the world.

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