WordPress Plugin Releases for 12/25

December 25th, 2011
WordPress Plugins

New plugins

Widget Shortcode adds a [widget] shortcode which enables you to output a widget anywhere you like.

WP Snowfall creates snowfall effects for your WordPress site.

Updated plugins

Front-end Editor enables “edit in place” functionality on your site.

Tweetable allows you to integrate Twitter with your WordPress blog, automatically tweet new posts, display your latest tweet in your sidebar, etc.




  1. Rick (1 comments.) says:

    Snow falling accross my blog? Very cool but no practical use that I can Find, other it looks good. Are there any other effects plugins? It would be nice to have multiple effects all in one plugin. Perhaps more than one effect at a time. Your blog could become more of a interactive story to follow along with. Any way the snow plugin is still pretty cool. It has opened my imagination to other possibilities

    • Ryan (1 comments.) says:

      I don’t know, I like the simplicity of it. I’m really new to blogging, so I’m staying away from more complicated plugins for now. That’s just me. But the snowfall effect would be a very cheery little addon in my opinion. Besides, that’s all it’s supposed to be, no practicality to it.

  2. Alex (2 comments.) says:

    Widget Shortcode seems to be what I looked for. Thanks for tips!

    • Babs Powers (13 comments.) says:

      Definitely Widget Shortcode is something I must look into. I have a piece of javascript that for some reason will only load in a text widget. Hoping I can use this to finally get it onto a page, where it belongs.

  3. Marko (1 comments.) says:

    I like special effects on websites and snowfall really makes impact in winter. On the other hand, thede plugins do clogs to the website, so I don’t really know, whether should be used or not.

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