WordPress Plugin Releases for 7/27

July 27th, 2007
WordPress Plugins

Article Dragon Content Finder quickly adds keyword-targeted content to your WordPress blog. The plugin is powered by

CodeViewer pulls source code from an external file and displays it, optionally adding a link to download the code directly.

GeoAddress provides a contact/address list in a Google map. The representation the Google map and/or the address form can be affected in the Admintool by means of numerous options.

gpx2map displays your geo track data on Google maps.

MyDashboard is designed to replace the standard, but limited, WordPress dashboard with something a bit more useful, extendable and skinnable.

sHeise Ticker displays X headlines in your sidebar. The length of each hyperlink can be edited through the admin-control-panel.

WP-Bulb sends you notifications about new comments through the Jabber/XMPP protocol.




  1. Neil (1 comments.) says:

    Love the MyDashboad plugin, looked great. Just a shame it only changes the dashboard page and not the entire admin section. Coll anyway, thanks

  2. Richard V. Burckhardt (2 comments.) says:

    Article Dragon Content Finder sounds good, but it bombed for me. I had to deactivate it and remove it from the plugins directory.

  3. Monika (40 comments.) says:

    Hi Jim

    WP Theme with sponsored links are to unethical for the WP community.

    But it is not to unethical to promot plugins like Article Dragon Content Finder.

    I found every week >6 blogs with my articles –without any permission to do this.

    With this plugin it is now easier to steal content from others.

    This days I can’t understand the WP community.


  4. Jim Stitzel (27 comments.) says:

    Thanks for pointing that out, Monika. I misunderstood the function of that plugin when I posted it. The link has now been removed.

    I would greatly appreciate it, also, if folks could bear in mind that no one’s perfect – mistakes will be made. If such mistakes are brought to my attention tactfully and politely, I am willing to fix them. So, again, thanks for pointing this out. In no way are we trying to promote scrapers here.

  5. Monika says:

    Hi Jim
    “tactfully and politely,”
    I’ll try it Jim, I’ll try. But to form “tactfully and politely” sentences in english is harder as to fix css for IE ;)

    Thanks a lot and
    kindly regards


Obviously Powered by WordPress. © 2003-2013

page counter