WordPress Plugin Releases for 10/06

October 6th, 2008
WordPress Plugins

Raven’s Antispam

Raven’s antispam is a WordPress plugin, powerful and invisible fighter against comment spam.

Cronjob Control

This plugin shows you all active WP cronjobs (scheduled tasks) of your weblog in the “Site Admin” area and if you want, you can stop the cronjob(s)

FTP Plugin for WP Database Backup Plugin

This plugin adds a fourth way to save the database backup files of the WP Database Backup plugin. With the standard WP Database Backup plugin you can save the database tables of your weblog a file. This backup file can stored on the server of your weblog, send to an email account or saved (manually) to your local hard disk.

Update URLs

When you move WordPress to a new domain or directory, the permalinks are not updated. This plugin updates all permalinks. In addition, it also gives the user the option to update any links within posts and pages.

FV Community News

Allow your visitors to add articles to the sidebar or anywhere else. Complete with moderation panel and a settings page, you can sit back while you have full control about the look and articles that being posted.

Caption Disabler

Caption Disabler is a WordPress plugin that removes and disables captions feature in WordPress so that all caption shortcode is not been parsed or translated, and no and HTML entities are automatically added while editing or writing.

jQuery Reply to Comment

Add “reply” and “quote” features on each comment list.


Redirection is a WordPress plugin to manage 301 redirections, keep track of 404 errors, and generally tidy up any loose ends your site may have.

WP Double Opt-In List Management

This WordPress email list management plugin allows the visitors of your blog subscribe to your mailing list using a double opt-in method. The signup form (Email, Name and other fields) is placed on the WordPress blog sidebar. After a user fills in the form and clicks “Subscribe”, WP double opt-in plugin sends an email with the subscription confirmation link to the user.




  1. Amol (1 comments.) says:

    I really like the FTP plugin. I often use it as I have to take much back-ups recently due to my server instability.

  2. Stephen Cronin (30 comments.) says:

    Actually the Raven’s Antispam plugin sounds pretty interesting. Because there’s not much detail in the description above, I’ll elaborate on the method it uses:

    If the user has JavaScript enabled (ie vast majority of visitors) then there’s no CAPTCHA. If the user doesn’t have JavaScript available (spambots and the occasional real visitor), then they get a CAPTCHA.

    Sounds like that approach would work, while minimising the annoyance of a CAPTCHA…

  3. Brad Hart @ A DoFollow Blog (1 comments.) says:

    Raven’s spam blocker sounds a lot like the wp spam free plugin, which has been my choice for some time now. It works as well as akismet and prevents the need to use a captcha meaning I can allow most of my blogs to have open comments.

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