AnyFont allows you to automatically set any custom TrueType or OpenType font absolutely anywhere you want on your WordPress site. The plugin includes a style manager and simple text replacement options. Custom fonts can be rendered either as images or they can be embedded into the page using CSS3.
Hikari Titled Comments plugin enables each comment to have a title, so that commentators can give a subject meaning to their comments.
This plugin creates a function called thumbGen() that allows to show any image in the specified size. It saves all generated thumbs in a cache directory under uploads.
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.
What this plugin does is utilize the WordPress dashboard profile section, which is so very neglected to my knowledge. It will replace the Yahoo IM field that most people may find rather useless, with a Twitter field.
Authors can then add their Twitter name, if they choose, and using the other existing fields they can add their URL to their website, with a little blurb about themselves in the biographical info box, and obviously their email address. It’s very basic, but does the job for most multi-author sites.
The domain mapping plugin makes it possible to run a wordpress multisite with multisite blogs having their own domain name.
This must have plugin if you have multiable authors or what to show a list of commetaters.
This plugin makes it easy to display lists of user avatars on your (multiuser) blog. It also allows to insert single avatars for blog users or any email address into a post or page. (Great for displaying an image of someone you’re talking about.)
Avatar lists can be inserted into your sidebar by adding a widget or into posts/pages by using a shortcode. The plugin comes with a tinymce editor plugin which makes inserting shortcodes very easy.
Both shortcode and widget can be configured to…
■Show a custom title (widget only)
■Only show specific user groups and/or hide certain users
■Limit the number of users shown
■Change the sort order of users or show in random order
■Adjust the size of user avatars
■Optionally show a user’s name or biography
■Show users from the current blog, all blogs or a selection of blogs (on WPMU/Multisite)
■Group users by their blog (when showing from multiple blogs), and show the blog name above each grouping (experimental feature).
The plugin makes use of built in wordpress (core) functions to retrieve user information and get avatars.
Single user avatars can be inserted using the show_avatar shortcode and configured to…
■Adjust the size of the user avatar.
■Align the avatar left, centered or right.
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.
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!