Niceforms is a script that will replace the most commonly used form elements with custom designed ones.
Provides a drop-down to select different templates for posts from the post edit screen. The templates replace single.php for the specified post.
This plugin will automate adding Chitika|Premium to your blog posts. Chitika|Premium is an AdSense Alternative/Compatible search targeted ad solution.
This plugin enables you to automatically advertise products from Amazon.com which are specifically related to the topic you are writing about.
Display Addynamo ads before, after or in the middle of a post without modify the theme. This plugin inserts and embeds the code into your website.
Will add bookmark icon for each post and page to share with popular social bookmarking sites.
Displays a collage or quilt of screen shots of the websites that you link or specify in your WordPress blogroll. After installing and activating the plugin, insert the tag “[webcollage]” (without quotes) in any post or page where you’d like to display the collage. Webcollage uses websnapr.com’s screen shot generation service.
This plugin adds a fourth way to save the database backup files from the WP DB Backup Plugin of Austin Matzko, Scott Merril and other authors. With the standard WP Database Backup plugin you can save the database tables of your weblog a file. This backup file can stored on the server of your weblog, send to an email account or saved (manually) to your local harddisk.
Just simply click one of the new buttons that this plugin adds to the write screen (rich editor included) and then paste the URL that the video is located at into the prompt box — easy as that. You can fully configure how the videos are displayed (width, height, colors, alignment on the page) and much more. Your site will even stay (X)HTML valid unlike with the code provided by most video sites.
Adds breadcrumb navigation showing the visitor’s path to their current location.
Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not.
Stumble! for WordPress extends WordPress to support a “random article” feature, similar to StumbleUpon’s StumbleThru and Wikipedia’s (Mediawiki’s) random article feature.
This plug-in makes it possible to exclude certain parts of your posts in your feeds.