All of the information contained in the Links Editor now available for you to create content-rich pages.
This Simpler CSS plugin allows WordPress µ hosts to enable users to add custom stylesheets to their blogs.
The plugin creates a new menu item under the Appearance menu that allows users to enter custom CSS code that will be injected into the section of their blog. The CSS is stored in the blog’s options table and is filtered through a standard PHP function before being outputted, preventing the user from inserting malicious code into the header.
For non-WordPress µ blogs, this plugin provides an easy way to modify the appearance of installed themes or plugins (such as Sociable) without modifying theme/plugin files that may change with upgrades. No write access is required to any files for Simpler CSS to function, as it stores its data in the database’s options table — and that means theme/plugin upgrades won’t impact your custom CSS.
This plugin allows you to cross-post your blog posts to your Facebook Wall. You can also “cross polinate” comments between Facebook and your WordPress blog.
Various options including “attribute” lines and polling for comments and automatic re-posting on edit can be configured.
Theme Test Drive WordPress plugin allows you to safely test drive any theme on your blog as administrator, while visitors still use the default one.
Dynamic Widgets gives you more control over your widgets. It lets you dynamically place widgets on WordPress pages by excluding or including rules with just a few mouse clicks by role, dates, for the homepage, single posts, pages, authors, categories, archives, error page, search page and custom post types.
NextGEN Gallery is a full integrated Image Gallery plugin for WordPress with a slideshow option.
Breadcrumb NavXT is a WordPress plugin compatible with WordPress versions 3.0 and up. This plugin generates locational breadcrumb trails for your WordPress blog. These represent the hierarchy leading up to the current page rather than the actual path taken to arrive at the current page.
Kitchen Monki (www.kitchenmonki.com) recently announced a beta program for Monki Publisher, a set of API tools for “live recipe” syndication on blogs and other websites that feature recipe content.
Engineered for WordPress bloggers, Monki Publisher is a plug-in that creates a permanent recipe repository that’s searchable via an iTunes-like interface. It also enables publishers to embed recipes within their content – and provide their readers with access to powerful Kitchen Monki tools that assist with grocery list creation, meal planning, and recipe bookmarking.
Monki Publisher can provide even burgeoning recipe sites and blossoming “foodie” bloggers with big-site functionality.
Kitchen Monki plans to release additional API tools for other blog platforms after the conclusion of its beta program. For more information on Monki Publisher – or to participate in the beta program – please visit: http://www.monkipublisher.com/.