Plugin settings pages are generally awful especially when the settings affect the front end and you have to go back and forth between the two. The user experience is pretty terrible. With some of the latest changes to the customizer in WordPress, it has become much more than just a theme customizer. Now you can take full advantage of the customizer for your plugin settings. When users can configure settings and see them reflected instantly in the design of their site, that’s a huge win for everybody.
In this session, Patrick will show us how to leverage the customizer to organize the settings page. This in turn will benefit both developers and users.