This plugin allows the blog owner to customize the tag cloud so that any reader mousing over the tag cloud will see the words in the tag cloud flicker with a customizable effect. This is just a fancy bell and whistle to add to your blog.
Adds a widget to show the most popular posts in your WordPress blog.
Makes the comments from post author not to be counted. The post author must login before giving a comment.
Add surveys to you blog. You can let the visitors take surveys and see the result from the admin side.
Create and add polls to your blog. It can be shown to your visitors who will be able to vote in the poll.
Create posts in advance have them automatically publish when you’d like. You can then set when different parts of a post are viewable.
Appends .html to the URL of PAGES when using permalinks
Adds the ability to move comments between posts / pages to the comment edit page.
Use shortcodes for blog URLs and post URLs, so that your posts always have the correct internal links.
This plugin allows you to setup a series of dates to countdown to in terms of years, days, hours, minutes, and/or seconds.
Search the files and database of your WordPress install for malicious code or spammy links left by a hacker.
Embed JonDesign’s SmoothGallery into your posts and pages.
Easily, powerfully, discover why your blog or plugin is slow or cranky. Comprehensive time and database access analyzer.
MobilePress is a WordPress plugin that will render your WordPress blog on mobile handsets, with the ability to use customized themes.
Returns a list of the related entries based on a unique algorithm using titles, post bodies, tags, and categories.