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.
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.
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.
This plugin is great to show related posts. It doesn’t need much performance and works absolutely reliable.
Provides an easy to use interface to create and administer custom post types and taxonomies in WordPress.
wpSEO is a user friendly and efficent WordPress Plugin to take care of SEO optimzation on your WordPress website.
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.
Reduce image file sizes and improve performance using the Smush.it API within WordPress.
Adds security to the most important area of your WordPress site. This plugin secures the login and admin pages using Private or Shared SSL.
A ‘replacement’ for the original Hello Dolly plugin, this has some crass (but hilarious) phrases that’ll be displayed on the top of the admin panel, along with an optional sidebar widget.