May 2009


The WP-Devel plugin for WordPress features a ton of debug options to help developers. Debug information is easily turned on/off from the WP-Devel toolbar. Included debug information: Show template file viewing Display page/query load times Display all queries executed w/ load times Show all phpinfo WP-Devel also utilizes the Krumo debugging tool to easily view [...]

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Max Image Size Control plugin adds the functionality to change the max image size each category and post. Features Sets image sizes each category ID and post ID Adds custom sizes in addition to Thumbnail, Medium, and Large sizes Available to crop every image size Install Copy the max-image-size-control directory into your wp-content/plugins directory Activate [...]

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ImageShack Offloader is a plugin that allows you to use ImageShack as a free CDN for your images, with maximum convenience. It has a friendly settings page where you can set up all the details, such as which image sizes should be offloaded and in what order. You don’t have to modifiy your posts: Post [...]

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Live Blogging is a plugin developed to support blogs that are doing live “micro” blogging of running events, such as major sport events or tech conferences. It was originally developed for the University of York’s Nouse website (The Roses sporting tournament was the first event to use it). It provides a simple backend interface, and [...]

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Tweetable is a WordPress Plugin intended to help integrate Twitter into your blog. It can tweet your blog posts as they are published. (URLs are shortened with the URL shortener of your choice, and Google Analytics campaign tags can be included.) You can display your latest tweet(s) in your blog sidebar with a customizable widget, [...]

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Here are the simple steps: Register on the Plugin Competition Blog, wait to be given author permissions (within 24 hours) Make sure you check all the Plugin Competition Rules and adhere to them in order to be eligible Introduce your plugin(s) or your plans for writing plugins on the Plugin Competition blog Once your plugin [...]

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