Uses custom post types and taxonomies to manage an FAQ section for your site. Includes a set of custom taxonomies to organize, and shortcode options for different display configurations. See the FAQ section for complete setup options.
Creates a YOURLS generated shortlink on demand or when saving posts.
Creates a panel to change or delete meta keys in bulk. Useful for when you are switching plugins or themes that use specific meta keys for functionality, or for general cleanup for older sites that may have older meta data that is no longer in use.
Adds a checkbox to author profiles to redirect. Useful for sites that have occasional authors or user accounts not intended for display.
"Comments Not Replied To" is a plugin that makes it easy to manage the comments on your blog, especially for those of you who have a significant amount of comments.
Simply put, "Comments Not Replied To" introduces a new area in the administrative dashboard that allows you to see what comments to which you - as the site author - have not yet replied.
Retrieves FB like count and stores as postmeta to display a 'popular' post widget
Share your favorite song of the moment with This Is My Jam. This widget lets you add your current musical status on thisismyjam.com. to your WordPress blog. You can customise it to include an image and/or text.
Activate, drag and drop to show the world what your jam is!
Runs your RSS feed against the W3 RSS Validator and alerts you of any errors or warnings in a convenient dashboard widget. If either exist, a quick synopsis will explain the issues and provide a link to the W3 site for further explanation and possible fixes.
Adds a comment hierarchy to the edit comment screen to re-thread comments due to user error. Sometimes users reply to a comment, but don't click the right button and leave it as a stand alone comment. This allows the site admin to go and re-thread that comment where it belongs.
A sidebar widget to display your public gists from GitHub. Allows for optional display of creation date and link back to your GitHub profile page. Uses v3 of the GitHub API.
This is a fork / modification of the original 'Hello Dolly' plugin. Only instead of those quotes, I've included random funny quotes (mainly from twitter). Clearly not earth-shattering, but fun none the less. Please note that the original 'Hello Dolly' plugin is not required (or encouraged, for that matter).
Allows for dummy text to be placed in a post / page with the [dummy] shortcode. Can easily be removed when no longer needed.