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WordPress Plugin Releases for 1/8

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Comment URL Control will allow you to remove unwanted author-URIs entered by a commenter with one single click of your mouse.

WP-Crontrol lets you take control over what’s happening in the WP-Cron system.

Language Linker allows you to link sister pages that are written in multiple languages.

RelatedPosts provides a variety of options for displaying posts that are related through tags.

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  1. Tadd (89 comments.) says:

    Comment URL Control is one that I’ll probably use … many of the comments I get seem good, but the links are to porn or some other site that I really don’t want associated with my sites. SO, remove the URL and I’ll be happy!

  2. Jeffro2pt0 (164 comments.) says:

    I’m still using some code I found a while ago for my related posts. It was the infamous RelatedPosts plugin from w-a-s-a-b-i which doesn’t exist anymore. It fits my needs, but I think I may have to upgrade to something newer and relationship’s based on tags seems like a logical idea.

  3. Pi (9 comments.) says:

    I find comment one fascinating. Isn’t this exactly what was commented upon on Akismet, those people who receive spam and then mark it as a real post? The comments are drone generated, and are designed to fool, thus attempt a certain level of interest. Regardless, they are still spam and deserve their fate of oblivion!

  4. Pryordurkin (3 comments.) says:

    I’ve never understand when people know you have a SPAM filter, why they still leave SPAM comments. Its Auto Delete for me all the way..

  5. EzyAs123.com (1 comments.) says:

    Did you know that our WordPress Blogs can be hacked?

    This only came to my attention when I found a funny post in my blog which I knew I didn’t write. Call it a warning which prompted me to take action.

    I went about finding the cheapest, easiest and most secure method to keep the nasty people out of my blog, and I’m happy to say I found it. Best of all it only costs $10, which you would have to agree, is a small price to pay for a secure WordPress Blog.

    Have a look at my post for more information.

    http://ezyas123.com/wordpress/.....protected/

    I hope this message gets posted because I really think this will help a lot of people.

    I am pledging 10% of all profits from this plugin to this organisation http://PeopleAid.org in an effort to help with their security in life.

    Have an awesome day

    Ian



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