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WordPress Plugin Releases for 02/18

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New Plugins

Smarter Navigation

Generate more specific previous / next post links based on referrer.

Latest Posts by Category Archive

It generates a list-based categorized archive of the latest blog posts.

ShoutSuite MU

Send blog title and url to ngeshout.com right away after post blog.

Voting Record

Elected officials or citizens can record and display their votes or the votes of one or more elected officials they follow.

Greg’s Show Total Conversations

This plugin displays the total number of threaded conversations contained within a post’s comments. Coders can call the function directly.

Autotitle for WordPress

Generates a title upon publishing a post, if no title is given. Optionally works when editing posts as well. It is a must when posting in a hurry.

Recommended Reading: Google Reader Shared

Recommended Reading pulls in your Google Reader shared items. Includes easy configuration and widget support.

WordPress Simple Paypal Shopping Cart

Very easy to use Simple Paypal Shopping Cart Plugin. Great for selling digital products online in one click.

CommentTweets

When a reply is made to a comment, a twitter notification (@twittername) will be sent to the original comment author to notify him/her of the reply.

Content and Excerpt Word Limit

Allows users to limit the number or words that are displayed when they want the excerpt or content of a post to appear.

Splashscreen

Display a splash screen before allowing visitor to see blog.

Updated Plugins

Where did they go from here?

Have you seen Amazon.com’s product pages? They all have a “Readers who have bought this, also bought. So, why not implement this on your WordPress blog? This plugin will show “Readers who viewed this page, also viewed” links on your page.

AVH Amazon

The AVH Amazon plugin gives you the ability to add multiple widgets which will display one or more random item(s) from your Amazon wishlist, baby registry and/or wedding registry. It also has the ability to show an item with its link, in posts and pages by use of shortcode.

Buy Sell Ads

A plugin to help you easily integrate your Buy Sell Ads zones and includes anti-AdBlock meaures to help prevent AdBlock (and similar software) from blocking Buy Sell Ads advertisements.

Twitter Tools

This plugin that creates an integration between your WordPress blog and your Twitter account. It allows you to pull your tweets into your blog (as posts and digests) and create new tweets on blog posts and from within WordPress.

MagpieRSS Simplified

MagpieRSS is already integrated with WordPress, this plugin will allow you to implement it easily within your theme.

Post Notification

With each new post an email is sent to every registered User in the Database. The email can be text or HTML.

Contentboxes

This plugin will add some awesome cms functions to your site. Add posts to static pages on the fly. Page not in English

Authors Widget

Authors Widget shows the list of the authors in the sidemenu.

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  1. Massimo (1 comments.) says:

    Hi,
    I’m using “twitter tools” on my first site about Twitter (twittertwitter.info) , and it’s got a lot of features!
    E.g. it’s possible to send a tweet when you publish a post on your blog!
    Bye,
    Massimo

  2. Banago (84 comments.) says:

    Wow, I am luckzy – I found a couple of plugins that I need for a tomorrow projects. Thanks guys.

  3. Alex Cristache (2 comments.) says:

    Ajay, thanks for including “Latest Posts by Category Archive” in the list. Much appreciated!

  4. Jeff (27 comments.) says:

    I think I remember “splashscreens” from the 90′s…. I thought they were extinct! :)

  5. George Serradinho (107 comments.) says:

    I also use Twitter Tools – a really cool plugin.

    Thanks for the list.

  6. bubazoo (213 comments.) says:

    awesome!! I’ve been waiting for a plugin like AVH Amazon ever since the old Amazon wishlist plugin author stopped coding. that is totally awesome! I can’t imagine anyone wanting a splash screen on their blog. thats like saying u want your users to download a shareware program to their computers that reminds them to register. Nothing takes a shareware program off the market faster then one of those nag screens, and I imagine the same would be true for a blog. If I saw a blog with one of those on it, it would tell me loud and clear “the author doesn’t want me visiting this site no more”, or I don’t want to visit this site no more, even if it was a celebrity blog. lolol

  7. Stephen Cronin (30 comments.) says:

    Well, I was going to have a go at the idea of using a splash screen (which are terrible usability-wise), but when I checked out the plugin’s home page, it says that it’s for “adult sites”:

    you really need a splash screen that tells the visitor to go away if they are under age.

    Fair enough I guess…

    Not sure about the Autotitle plugin either – the title is one of the most important things to consider. I guess not everyone cares about SEO (and traffic)?


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  1. JorgeMudry (JorgeMudry) (24 comments.) says:

    WordPress Plugin Releases for 02/18 http://tinyurl.com/ckpjdj


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