WordPress Plugin Releases for 10/2

October 2nd, 2007
WordPress Plugins

Admanager enables you to make better use of banner management features on your WordPress blog.

Favicon Manager allows you to manage the favicon image for your WordPress installation.

Get Recent Comments displays excerpts of the most recent comments and/or trackbacks that have been posted to the articles in your blog.

Multi-Image Uploader uploads five images at the same time using AJAX, shows image size, and previews realtime before uploading. (English download)

New User Email Setup provides a basic interface so that admins can define a custom email that is sent to users when the first register.

Report Comments provides a way for visitors to report inappropriate comments on a WordPress powered site.

Sabre prevents spambots from registering on your blog.

Single Bookmark Category List Widget displays links from a bookmark category within unordered lists (<ul> tag).TDO Mini-Forms allows you to add a form to your website that allows non-registered users and/or subscribers (configurable) to submit posts.

Technorati Tags allows the user to display Technorati tags instead of the native tags in WordPress 2.3.




  1. David Bradley (2 comments.) says:

    Ah, Report Comments! Looks like a nice idea. My site doesn’t get a huge number of comments despite hovering around the 2500 subscriber mark, not really sure why, but every now and again there are inappropriate comments that I may not spot…be very useful to have a reporting tool for readers to utilize.


  2. James D Kirk (6 comments.) says:

    It would be really cool if in the listing of plugins on this site a reader was given some sort of indication as to the language of the destination sites, and whether or not the download is in a format normally associated with WordPress plugins (zip or php or text, etc).

    For instance, the Multi Image Uploader “sounds” promising until you get to the site and realize it is a very unfamiliar language (to me at any rate, if I am in the extreme minority here, please accept my apologies) and that the download is of the .rar file type.

    Does anyone actually download and review plugins (or themes for that matter) before they get posted here? Or am I under the mistake conception that this is a review and recommend site?

  3. Jim Stitzel (27 comments.) says:

    My apologies, James. I do try to review every site and provide an English version of a download site. Sometimes, one will slip past me (usually because I forget to add the English link).

    As far as the .rar files go, I usually link to most compressed file formats as there are compression utilities out there that will open most such files. Personally, I recommend 7-zip since it’s freeware and works, to my knowledge, with any compressed file type out there.

  4. Claude Gelinas (19 comments.) says:

    The Sabre plugin represents a valuable line of defense against the many flavors of bots that are attempting to register with my blog — many thanks for mentioning it here!

  5. Alex (5 comments.) says:

    thanks for listing my plugin Jim, i really appreciate it.

  6. Didier (1 comments.) says:

    Jim, I wanted to thank you for mentionning my Sabre plugin.
    And the same for Claude Gelinas for his kind comment.

    It’s always rewarding for a plugin developper…

  7. James D Kirk (6 comments.) says:

    Thanks for the referral on 7 zip, Jim. I’ll look it up and check it out!

  8. James D Kirk (6 comments.) says:

    And accept my apologies. I actually use Quick Zip, and unknown to me, it actually decompresses the rar files. Who’d a thought it! Thanks again for the English link. I do realize I need to expand my horizons!

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