s2Member is an extremely powerful ( and free ) membership management system for WordPress®. The s2Member Framework ( free ) integrates seamlessly with PayPal® ( very easy ), and fully supports recurring billing, with the ability to track affiliate commissions on a recurring basis. s2Member supports custom Pages for registration ( including Custom Registration Fields ), account access, and a whole lot more. Now compatible with Multisite Networking too, and even with BuddyPress if you like!
Lazyest Gallery is an integrated image gallery with automatic thumb and slide creation, comments on images, auto indexing after ftp upload, and sub-gallery posibility.
- Fullly integrated in WordPress with Settings and Management pages
- Automatic thumbnail and slide creation, no need to login to wordpress after uploading your images by ftp
- Comment on Images and Folders
- Manage Comments per Folder or Image
- JQuery Slideshow
- Galleries and subgalleries follow your directory structure
- Show thumbnail folders in your posts and pages
- Use populair popup plugin like Lightbox or Thickbox
- Arrange your folders and images by date, alfabetically or manually
- Widgets for Random Image and Folder List
- WordPress Edit Screen button integration for thumbnails
- Show EXIF data for your jpeg images
- Add captions to folders and images
Magic Members is a premium WordPress Membership Plugin that turn your WordPress blog into a powerful, fully automated membership site.
- Unlimited Membership Levels
- Easy Integration with Existing or New WordPress Blogs
- Flexible Membership Options
- Payment Integration Modules
- Control Subscription Length
- Unlimited Coupon Creation
- Login Redirection
- Sequential Course Delivery System
- Controlled Content Access
- And much more!
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/.
This awesome plugin by Andrew Nacin, logs the usage of deprecated files, functions, and function arguments, offers the alternative if available, and identifies where the deprecated functionality is being used.
WP_DEBUG not required (but its general use is strongly recommended).
NextGEN Gallery is a full integrated Image Gallery plugin for WordPress with a slideshow option.
For many many people a changelog is a very important thing; it is all about justifying to your users why they should upgrade to the latest version of a plugin. Changelogger shows the latest changelog right on the plugin listing page, whenever there’s a plugin ready to be updated.
A new WordPress plugin that goes where no plugin has gone before. After a 30 second install, Prospress gives your WordPress site its own marketplace.
With Prospress installed, registered users can post auctions, place bids, provide feedback and make payments. Everything required to create flourishing marketplace for your WordPress community.
Contact form 7 is one of the most flexible contact forms with tons of options.
To see this plugin in action, you can watch this screencast: http://www.pling.org.uk/static/Live_Blogging_for_WordPress_2.0.swf
Live Blogging is a plugin developed to support blogs that are doing live micro blogging of running events, such as major sport events or tech conferences. (such as the Roses sporting tournament at the University of York).
Using WordPress 3.0’s custom post types, the plugin allows you to create these micro blog entries in a stripped down version of the normal post edit screen. These micro blog entries then get included in a post which has been activated as the microblog.
By default, the plugin uses AJAX polling to allow your readers to instantly update what they are viewing, including any new comments posted on the post. For professional bloggers, Meteor is supported, which gives the smoothest updating experience for your viewers and also significantly reduces the load on your server.
Additionally, the plugin also supports integration with Twitter – if activated, the first 139 characters of each live blog entry will be posted to Twitter when they are made.
Using this plugin will give you an advantage over your competitors if you’re blogging from live events – your readers will get updates quicker, and it will integrate into your blog better than competing systems, such as CoverItLive.