Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Plugin Review’

WP PluginsUsed: A Plugin Review

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Funny how things can get connected quite quickly on the web.  Check this out. I wrote a blog entry for WLTC just two days ago about Five Nifty Sidebar Widgets for your WordPress Site.  Babs then commented on that post and said: Out of curiosity, does anyone know how many plugins it takes to break a WordPress site? *laughs* This comment then prompted Mark from here at WLTC to write a blog entry asking visitors to Guess how many Plugins we have active on the website and comment on how many active and inactive plugins they have on their own websites.  This is a small contest that will earn the correct guesser a one year Flickr Pro membership. It is a very active thread right now (78 replies as of this posting). So as I am watching the guesses stream in over the last 24 hours or so it reminded […]

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Plugin Review: Post Templates

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What is Post Templates? If you find yourself writing posts and pages on a regular basis which have the same structure, then this plugin would be a great addition to your WordPress plugin arsenal. Written by Vincent Prat, Post Templates plugin helps you save time blogging by letting you save and recall templates for writing posts and pages. Screenshots To create a template from scratch, you can use the new admin bar group “Templates.” After clicking “New Post Template”, you will be brought to the edit template page. After you’re finished creating your template, you can create a post from that template through the template edit page itself or the template management page. To create a template from an old post, you can use the “Templatize” button on the post listing page. What I Like About It What I love most about this plugin is simply what it does. I […]

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Plugin Review: cSprites for WordPress

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What is cSprites for WordPress? cSprites for WordPress plugin helps speed up your blog by reducing the number of requests made for images. When activated all images within a post will automatically be stitched up and displayed properly as compressed CSS sprites. Screenshots Before activating, all images within a post are being retrieved using separate requests. After activating, all images are stitched together into one compressed image and retrieved using only one request. The plugin then uses CSS magic to display these image sprites properly within the post. Features Quality and style settings let you specify the compression level for the stitched up image sprite. Ability to include/exclude certain types. Cache expiration tuning. SEO Options for SEO nerds. What I Like About It cSprites for WordPress was written to do one thing (convert all post images into compressed image sprites to speed up your blog) and it does it very […]

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24 Hours left to submit your Reviews

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March 14th, 2009
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You must be aware that we’ve launched a new series where every reader of Weblog Tools Collection can contribute and get featured in return. We’ve asked you to pick a plugin from our Weekly Plugin Review posts and review the same and then email us the link. Since, the launch, we’ve already received a few entries. The plugins you can choose from: Simple:Press Forum – (Our Review) Referrer Detector – (Our Review) WP Greet Box – (Our Review) WP125 – (Our Review) MailPress – (Our Review) Yawasp (Yet Another WordPress Anti-Spam Plugin) – (Our Review) Post Avatar – (Our Review) Improved Plugin Installation – (Our Review) Feed Reading Blogroll – (Our Review) View complete details of the how to submit your reviews » Remember your entries must reach us by Saturday, March 14 – 11.59pm EST

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