All of the information contained in the Links Editor now available for you to create content-rich pages.
As a whole, the new WordPress Admin panel is organized fairly well, however when it comes to editing posts or pages quickly without having to open each post or page in a new tab or window, it isn’t a very efficient process. For those who are using WordPress as a CMS, it’s important to be able to manage contents easily and quickly. That’s what this plugin helps to do.
It adds some icons to the posts/pages management panel with AJAX-driven CMS-known functions like toggling post/page visibility, changing publication date and title without having to open the edit screens or reload the page, plus changing page order with drag’n’drop, inline category management and inline tag management, plus much more.
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!
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).
VaultPress continuously monitors and stores updates to your self-hosted WordPress blogs and standalone WordPress websites. by Automattic
Don’t worry anymore of linking a post or a category, to later change its title or slug, or changing your posts permalinks, and creating invalid links to your own site pages.
Hikari Internal Links provides a shortcode that dynamically generates links to most WordPress resources. You can query these resources based on their ID or slug, and these links are generated dynamically. Therefore if you change a resource’s title or permalink, its links will be updated automatically.
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.
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.
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!
Monitors your WordPress powered site for changes to any of your files. Notifies you via email if changes are found.