Reveal IDs

With WordPress 2.5 being released, the IDs on all admin pages have been removed as it is. Propably due to the fact that the common user dont need them. However, for advanced WordPress Users/ developers those IDs were quite interesting for some plugins or template tags.

What this plugin does is to reveal most removed entry IDs on admin pages, showing the entry IDs, as it was in versions prior to 2.5.

Hikari Hooks Troubleshooter

Hikari Hooks Troubleshooter creates a draggable window with informations about WordPress hooks. It lists all hooks (actions and filters) that have at least a function hooked to them, and for each hook there’s a list of hooked functions, sorted by their priority!

Register Plus Redux

Register Plus Redux enables the user registration process to be customized in any way, big or small. Is there another field you want users to fill out when registering? Do you want to change the message your users receive after they register? Do you want users to have to verify their email address is legitimate? Do you want to queue up new users to be approved or denied by an administrator? Register Plus Redux can do all that and more.

Redux is a fork of Register Plus which was abandoned by original developer, skullbit, sometime after September, 2008 following the release of Register Plus 3.5.1. As of September, 2009 skullbit’s website was undergoing maintenance. Several bugs have been reported to the Register Plus plugin forum since that time, to resolve these bugs and continue development the Redux fork was created. The list of new features in Redux is steadily eclipsing the original.

WordPress.com Stats

Once it’s running it’ll begin collecting information about your pageviews, which posts and pages are the most popular, where your traffic is coming from, and what people click on when they leave. It’ll also add a link to your dashboard which allows you to see all your stats on a single page

VaultPress

VaultPress continuously monitors and stores up­dates to your self-hosted WordPress blogs and standalone WordPress websites. by Automattic

Login LockDown

Login LockDown records the IP address and timestamp of every failed login attempt. If more than a certain number of attempts are detected within a short period of time from the same IP range, then the login function is disabled for all requests from that range. This helps to prevent brute force password discovery.

Hikari Featured Comments

Have you ever wanted to highlight a valuable comment among all others? Or not let that troll 6-paragraphs comment take more space than it deserve? Or even hide a whole thread of off topics?

Well, now you can!

FBLike

Another Facebook like button plugin.

G.A.S.P. GrowMap Anti-SpamBot Plugin

Are you tired of bot spam? Have you or your fav commentators been flagged as spammers by Akismet? This plugin by Andy Bailey of CommentLuv based on an idea Phil Hollows at FeedBlitz proposed and improved by a tip from Dazzlin Donna Fontenot is the solution that is putting the joy back into blogging.

ZERO bot spam and NO FALSE POSITIVES. Available now in the Official WordPress repository. Details on the site linked to this submission.

Already spreading among the blogging community like wildfire because so many are tired of slogging through the spam section looking for the real comments incorrectly put there. Join us! You’ll love it too!

MapPress Easy Google Maps

MapPress is the easiest way to create great-looking Google Maps and driving directions in your blog.

MapPress adds an interactive map to the wordpress editing screens. When editing a post or page just enter any addresses you’d like to map.