Plugin Tutorials 401 - Writing Content Pane Plugins

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Tutorial 401 - writing content pane plugins

If there was a content pane plugin for promo it would be called promo.php. There would be no "_menu" on the name. News is a content pane feature but it is not a true plugin as it lives in the main directory and not /e107_plugins.