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WordPress Plugin Releases for 09/18

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Feed Pauser

Feed Pauser is a plugin I wrote to address a issue I have been facing for a long time, the option to delay publishing a post to a feed. Feed pauser, pauses a post from being made available through RSS.

Auto-Close Comments, Pingbacks and Trackbacks

Automatically close comments, pingbacks and trackbacks on your blog. This helps reduce the amount of spam aimed at old posts. Now you can keep comments / pingbacks / trackbacks on certain posts open.

Servage Referral Widget

The web host Servage allows it’s users through a link to their website/coupon code to refer it’s users to their services.

Notifixious

This plugin allows you to notify your readers on their Instant Messaging (AIM, MSN, GTalk, ICQ…), Email or SMS when you publish new posts! It also adds a widget to your blog to allow your users to choose on which channel they want to be notified!

WP Google Apps

This plugin allows you to manage WordPress users via Google Apps accounts. The Authentication use Google Apps Gmail.

World Clock Widget

The world clock widget is a javascript clock. It can be easily set to display date and time of different timezone.

Facebook Sharer

Adds a little javascript and css to the header, and then a “Send to Facebook” link at the bottom of the blog post.

List Pages Plus

Alter the output of the wp_list_pages() function’s HTML.  Add in your own classes, insert text into link title, add additional tags surrounding title.  Parents and Children are set seperately for greater flexibility.

Email Spam Protection

Obfuscates your email. You need to enter the shortcode in your post.

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  1. DjMgyx (1 comments.) says:

    So as far as updates to the list of released plugins for today goes you might want to remove The World Clock from this list as it is n/a until 11/08, and the zip package simplly contains a readme file and no other resources

  2. Iva says:

    Thanks for the Servage plugin. I am not sure if I’d want other people to suffer from frequent database hiccups, but well, I can still live with it, so I might as well install it.

    (and it’s “its” services, not “it’s” services)



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