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WordPress Plugin Releases for 2/16

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New plugins

jQuery Vertical Accordion Menu allows you to easily create multiple jquery vertical accordion menus using the custom menus function.

Logged Out Admin Bar makes that admin bar always visible even for logged out users. (requires WordPress 3.1)

Photographer Connections connects photo related API’s to WordPress. It launches with Pictage, SmugMug and ShootQ integrations and will act as a framework for easily adding future API’s as well.

WP Customer Reviews allows your customers and visitors to leave reviews or testimonials of your services.

Updated plugins

Bad Behavior complements other link spam solutions by acting as a gatekeeper, preventing spammers from ever delivering their junk, and in many cases, from ever reading your site in the first place.

Login Logo allows you to customize the logo on the WP login screen by simply dropping a file named login-logo.png into your WP content directory.

WP-Stats-Dashboard displays your blog’s stats graph plus your blog traffic, social engagement and social influence directly in your dashboard.

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  1. Danon (1 comments.) says:

    you guys have some very awesome plugins. I like that you are releasing 3.1 plugins and its not here yet. The wordpress reviews plugin is my favorite so far. Keep up the good work

  2. Oliver says:

    Hello, this is a comment for the blog admin (greetings), I think you’d be giving a great helpful hand to the community if you made a special news reminding EVERYONE using the wp-polls and wp-postratings plugin to DO update their plugins ASAP.

    Here’s an explanatory link : http://lesterchan.net/wordpres.....follow-up/

    In short, LesterChan, renowed creator of great plugins, has just recently noticed a code addition to these two plugins that was NOT his doing, by all appearances, and this code addition allows code injection into websites.

    LesterChan immediately released a plugi update adressing this problems, he’s the man.

    - but still, maybe more than usual, it might be safe to strongly advice everyone to do this update without wasting time.
    And you’re the only non-official blog listed by default in the WordPress Dashboard, you’d be the best person to remind everyone about it :)

    Well, here’s for the long story, I hope I didn’t bother you with something you already knew.

    Good day to everyone.

  3. Oliver says:

    (and I apologize for the orthographic mistakes, I’m not used to not being able to edit my comments afterwards -_-)



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