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Allows shortcodes to be escaped. Very useful for plugin authors who need to write documentation for their plugin on their blog.
Help your readers to reduce your posts links sizes. It’s like TinyUrl with stats.
Display Google Pagerank of each page of your blog in one page.
Limit rate of login attempts, including by way of cookies, for each IP.
XBox Live “GameTag” style widget for displaying your Stack Overflow rep.
This plugins adds an button in the post editor that allows you to easily split post by pages and also adds link to pages in the post automaticly.
A simple plugin that allows you to create a number of glossaries to add terms to.
Optimize your WordPress database tables with one click.
This plugin adds a splash page to your blog that lets visitors know your blog is down for maintenance. Logged in administrators get full access to the blog including the front-end.
Since WordPress does offer attaching downloads to posts and pages, but does not keep track of statistical information about these downloads, I wrote this plugin. This plugin will keep track of the amount of downloads for specific files. It will also store the last time the file was downloaded. You can use tags to add the download url or download count to any page or post.
Protects your blog from spam by replacing the comment field. It’s easy to use and extremely effective.
Multi-author blogs: Plugin generates mailto links on the dashboard referring to all user groups of the blog. Quite handy way of internal staff communication.
Thread Twitter fetch your tweets and display them in thread style.
This plugin has been written to insert a category introduction to each archive, based on its category title and description.
This plugin has been written to insert a category introduction to each post, based on its main category and that categories description.
Adds the “paginator3000″ paging navigation to your WordPress blog.
Private Files makes sure only logged in users can see images and file attachments.
Visual Code Editor modifies WordPress’s behavior so that code format is preserved when using the visual editor.
This plugin feeds Jabber server pubsub nodes when new posts are published on WordPress and comments are added.