By steve on 06.11.2010
The category (as well as custom taxonomy) boxes on the write / edit post screen in WordPress can get pretty long if you have a large number of categories with children categories. This plugin allows you to hide and expand the children categories from view to make navigation a little less complicated. Goes great with […]
By steve on 11.11.2009
One of my first experiences with the social web was Del.icio.us. I stopped using it shortly after Yahoo! aquired it, but that’s a different story. The reason I bring it up is because I loved the way that you could search for multiple tags by including a + sign in between each tag in the […]
By steve on 09.18.2009
One reason that WordPress is such a great tool for blogging is due to its excellent commenting features. As a blog owner, you can choose whether you want to allow comments on your posts, whether you want to moderate the comments, or whether you want to let each of those comments automatically post without moderation. […]
With Twitter Post every author of your blog can have their own Twitter information stored under the User’s section. Whenever they post to your blog it will automatically tweet a message to the admin twitter accoutn as well as their own twitter account. The admin can also choose to send a tweet to all authors […]
This plugin logs the username and the date/time of every WordPress login. Records are displayed in the ‘Users’ menu item. The plugin is released as a minimal project and will require user feedback for future development / added functionality.
This plugin allows anyone with admin status to add their name, contact information, and the files they are currently working on to a list in the WP backend. (Primarily designed for use during the development stage).