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WordPress Plugin Releases for 09/01

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Apache Google 404

AskApache Google 404 is a must-have WordPress plugin that uses some ajax and a couple tricks to display a very helpful and SEO Error Page.  The default displays Google Search Results for images, news, blogs, videos, web, custom search engine, and your own site.

Regenerate Thumbnails

Regenerate all attachment thumbnails in one-click. Useful if you change your thumbnail dimensions (either the small one or the medium one) after uploading images.

Amazon Wishlists

Show the contents of any Amazon wishlist in the sidebar on your blog

Smart Archives Reloaded

Customize how your archives page should look like

WP-Scribd

Add Scribd docs inside a post

Mobilize by Mippin

The Mobilize by Mippin WordPress Plugin is a configuration free add on. Once installed any cell phone accessing your URL will be redirected to the Mippin rendering of your blog.

Agenda

Create and manipulate events like you do on Google Calendar.

Search Engine Keywords

Display a custom message to users coming to your site from search engines.

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  1. Mattias (32 comments.) says:

    Apache Google 404 looks interesting :)

  2. Watch Fringe Online (1 comments.) says:

    Some nice plugins as always. Thank you for these!

  3. Zvan says:

    Umm…I dont know if this is the right place to ask or not, but I am looking for a plugin which will go through my uploads folder and delete all the thumbnails and images which I am not using in any of my posts.

    I dont know why wordpress makes three images of each image I upload, there should be an option to disable that!

    Any help oh you peeps at WeblogToolsCollection.com?

  4. George Serradinho (23 comments.) says:

    Hi,

    most of the plugins above have better counter parts. My honest opinion is that I would not use most of them. I would like to say that it is good that developers are creating new plugins but I have noticed that most new plugins are just follow ups of existing plugins.



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