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WordPress Plugin Releases for 12/2

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New plugins

CleanCodeNZ Geo Posts creates custom post types with geo locations for back end data entering. Google Maps Api v3 is used to display geo posts on a map with a clickable marker overlay.

Gallery2 Importer allows you to import albums, images, and comments from a Gallery2 installation into your WordPress site. Albums will be saved as pages containing the [gallery] shortcode, and images will be saved as attachments.

Updated plugins

Easy ReTweet lets you add retweet or Tweet This buttons for your WordPress posts, together with the retweet count.

Exploit Scanner searches the files on your website, and the posts and comments tables of your database for anything suspicious. It also examines your list of active plugins for unusual filenames.

Fast Secure Contact Form lets your visitors send you a quick E-mail message and blocks all common spammer tactics.

Plugin Test Drive lets you test any plugin before activating it.

Solve Media CAPTCHA is a CAPTCHA which allows you to secure and monetize your site.

Wickett Twitter Widget displays tweets from one or more Twitter accounts as a WordPress widget. (as seen on WordPress.com)

WordPress SEO is an all in one solution to search engine optimize your WordPress blog: SEO titles, meta descriptions, XML sitemaps and much more.

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  1. Herb (1 comments.) says:

    Im guessing that all the pug ins are for .org and not for wordpress.com?

  2. Collin LaHay (1 comments.) says:

    Easy Retweet is a really cool plugin that is exactly what I was looking for, so thank you!

  3. Michael Johnson (1 comments.) says:

    “WordPress SEO is an all in one solution to search engine optimize your WordPress blog: SEO titles, meta descriptions, XML sitemaps and much more.”

    I currently use All In One SEO, but was thinking about switching to WordPress SEO. Heard some good comments and I like his other plugin – Clicky by Yoast.

  4. Mike (1 comments.) says:

    James

    Do you happen to know what happens if you switch from one SEO plug-in to another? I am tempted to change from All In One SEO like the previous commenter but what happens to the tags created on all the posts done with that plugin?

    Presumably there isn’t an issue, but I have had permalink issues before when updating old posts on various blogs and don’t want to unwittingly cause a problem by changing to a different SEO plugin.

    Mike

    • James (184 comments.) says:

      I haven’t had any problems myself, but your mileage may vary depending on how each plugin handles itself.



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