Reveal IDs

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.

New2WP Witter Twidget

Sometimes you just need a basic widget that isn’t all packed with crazy options and included files. This plugin comes packaged as basic as you can get with no bells and whistles or anything useless. Just the bare essentials for doing what you need to do.

Now you can display your latest Twitter updates in your sidebar, and not have a ton of overhead or extra stuff slowing your site down.

Self Important

Now you too can be one of the three most important people in WordPress.

VaultPress

VaultPress continuously monitors and stores up­dates to your self-hosted WordPress blogs and standalone WordPress websites. by Automattic

WordPress MU Domain Mapping

The domain mapping plugin makes it possible to run a wordpress multisite with multisite blogs having their own domain name.

Widget Logic

This plugin gives every widget an extra control field called “Widget logic” that lets you control the pages that the widget will appear on.

The text field lets you use WP’s Conditional Tags, or any general PHP code.

There is also an option to add a WordPress ‘widget_content’ filter — this lets you tweak standard widgets to suit your theme without editing plugins and core code.

WordBooker

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.

Admin Management Xtended

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.

Live Blogging

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.

Monki Publisher

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/.