Posts Tagged ‘Weekly Plugin Review’

APAD: Search and Replace

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Plugin Page Search and Replace Description This is a plugin for WordPress to allow you to search and replace text across all your posts. Review Search and Replace is a simple easy to use plugin which is one reason I use it. The only job of the plugin is to find a phrase and replace it by another phrase. Installation of the plugin is easy, just upload the single file and activate it. You’ll be able to access the plugin from the Manage tag in WP-Admin. Once there, you can select through which tables you want to search through and then enter the search and replace phrases. The plugin uses SQL search. The search phrase is case sensitive, which means you have to be careful with what you are searching and replace. I’ve been using this plugin to search and replace phrases and is one plugin I use on all […]

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APAD: Feed Copyrighter

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Plugin Page Feed Copyrighter Description This plugin adds a copyright message to your feed items. Features – Ability to customize the message by editing the php file – Can be used to display anything in the feed, not just copyright Review I’ve been using this plugin ever since my post was first scraped by a bot. I was able to find that out and this plugin has been the primary method for me to track the splogs. The plugin is easy to install and use. Upload to your plugin folder and activate it. The default installation should be sufficient for most users, however you can edit the plugin to change what you want displayed in the feed. You can check my blog feed to see how I have customized the message the plugin displays in my feed. Additionally, since you are editing the php file, you can put your own […]

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APAD: WordPress Plugin Download Statistics

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Plugin Page WordPress Plugin Download Statistics Description Display download stats of your plugin hosted on WordPress.org Features Add plugins to track via administration panel Cache download statistics for a amount of time set by the user Retrieve plugin statistics from WordPress.org and display in the administration panel Review This plugin is not meant for regular users, but is geared towards plugin authors who have hosted their plugins at WordPress.org. Installation of the plugin is normal and easy. Download the file, upload it to your plugins folder and activate the plugin. Within WP-Admin itself you can specify the names of the plugins you have hosted at WordPress.org as well as the complete path to them. The plugin will then get the download stats of your plugins and display them. The stats are cached and you can set the time of expiry of the cache. Small plugin that does a simple job. […]

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APAD: Flickr Photo Album

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Plugin Page Flickr Photo Album Description The WordPress Flickr Photo Album plugin will pull in your Flickr photosets and display them as albums on your WordPress site. Features Display your Flickr photo sets as albums on your site Search engine friendly URLs Complete control over the look and feel, see below for customization details Show or hide your photos that have been marked ‘private’ Flickr notes (Firefox only) and Flickr comments are supported Adds a new Photos tab for you to easily add Flickr photos to any blog post The new Photos tab allows you to filter your photos by tags, or to search everyone’s photos by tags Supports WordPress Widgets: Pull in your recent photos into your sidebar. Review Ever since I signed up for a Flickr Pro account, I’ve been wanting to integrate my Flickr albums into my blog. I tried quite a few Flickr plugins. Some worked […]

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APAD: Clutter Free

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Plugin Page: http://txfx.net/code/wordpress/clutter-free/ Description: Clutter Free is a plugin that lets you hide portions of the WordPress posting interface that you rarely (or never) use. Features: – Hides various portions from view to save space on the screen – Can completely remove the Image Uploader and Preview windows saving bandwidth Review: Honestly, there isn’t much I can write about Clutter Free other than it works and works well. The installation is quick and easy. You can then visit your profile page and deselect which elements you want to hide. I have the inline image uploader and the Preview window hidden on my blogs because I don’t use either of them. You have no clue how much bandwidth I save while I am blogging! One good feature about Clutter Free is the ability for individual users to select what they want to see seperately. This ensures that on multi-admin blogs, the […]

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APAD: Adsense Manager

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Plugin: Adsense Manager Description: Adsense Manager is a WordPress plugin to help manage Adsense ads on your blog. Features: Adsense Manager instead provides all the options within the plugin to change Ad colours, size, layout, etc. which can all be updated on the fly – and checked in situ on the blog. Default settings can be applied across all Ads allowing for site-wide changes (e.g. colour scheme) with the click of a button. Implementation: Once activated all you need to do is enter your Google Adsense ID and create a single Ad block unit. Once done this is gone you can position Ads on your site using either WordPress Widgets (on enabled blogs), inline code in posts (standard edit box has an automated tool to insert ads) or by adding adsense calls to template code. Future Plans: – Extend the types of Google Adsense products supported to include referrals units, […]

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APAD All May

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Having missed out the last few days of the “A Plugin A Day” series due to me being on holidays, we will be continuing the series all through May. With so many plugins still worth reviewing, the days in April fell shot anyway. This means we are still accepting emails from plugin authors to have their plugins featured. Read the original post for instructions on how to submit a plugin for review. Remember the more information you provide us the easier it is for us to review and test your plugin. Note that we are selective about which plugins get featured here, so sending in an email doesn’t mean an assured post. Also, your plugin doesn’t need to be a new release. You can email us about an old plugin that is still highly relevant. Some of the plugins featured in the last month have been released several months back. […]

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