WordPress Plugin Releases for 2/1

February 1st, 2013
WordPress Plugins

New plugins

Authy Two Factor Authentication helps you proctect your WordPress site from hackers using simple two-factor authentication.

Developer helps WordPress developers develop.

Updated plugins

Achievements for WordPress gamifies your WordPress site with challenges, badges, and points.

Ad Code Manager allows you to manage your ad codes through the WordPress admin in a safe and easy way.

Custom Javascript Editor allows you to add custom Javascript to your site from an editor in the WordPress admin.

Document Feedback allows you to get feedback from readers on the documentation you write.

Edit Flow gives you custom statuses, a calendar, editorial comments, and more, all to make it much easier for your team to collaborate within WordPress.

Exploit Scanner searches the files on your website, and the posts and comments tables of your database for anything suspicious. It also examines your list of active plugins for unusual filenames.

Fast Secure Contact Form lets your visitors send you a quick e-mail message and blocks all common spammer tactics. Additionally, the plugin has a multi-form feature, optional extra fields, and an option to redirect visitors to any URL after the message is sent.

P2 Resolved Posts is a lightweight GTD plugin for WordPress and the P2 theme which allows you to mark a thread as “unresolved” when there’s something needing to be finished, and mark it as “resolved” when it’s been finished.

Slingpic is an image sharing tool that allows your users to share images from your site quickly and easily.

WP Missed Schedule Fix finds missed schedule posts and republishes them correctly.




  1. sandislo says:

    From your list, I use only Ad Code Manager plugin and I’m already update it.I will try Edit Flow plugin, I think it will be useful for me.

  2. David Hunn (1 comments.) says:

    After WP 3.5.1 update I was facing the missed schedule problem. WP Missed Schedule Fix helped me to get our of it.
    Thanks for that.

  3. Alex (3 comments.) says:

    Document Feedback works perfect. But it seems that unlogged users cannot give feedback. Any way to fix that ?

  4. Sizwe Mahlala (7 comments.) says:

    I’ve used the exploit scanner plugin – it was quite handy after one of our sites had its security compromised. Picked up all sorts of small things that could have resulted in major issues later on. I use this now for an initial scan and afterwards run the Wordfence plugin on an ongoing basis.

  5. Justin (1 comments.) says:

    I may have to try out the exploit scanner one. I’m always freaked out what a program like that might do if it is programmed to use the exploit first.

  6. Steve Harrison (5 comments.) says:

    Justin – you’re quite right to be concerned about that – some of the less well-known security plugins have been known to have some malicious scripts in them. Generally it’s a good idea to go for the more well-established ones.

    Sizwe Mahlala – I tried using Wordfence but it causes havoc on a shared hosting setup with limited resources – have you used any others that you might be able to recommend that are less resource intensive?

  7. abhishek (2 comments.) says:

    Among these plugins fast secure contact form is the one I use . I switched to fast secure contact form from WP contact form after I found that its making my blog slow

  8. Pratish Mistry (3 comments.) says:

    I think exploit scanner is definitely one of the better security options I’ve tried out. I ran into quite a few issues with resource constraints with some of the others.

  9. Kumar Gauraw (2 comments.) says:

    I had trouble with missed schedule since update to 3.5 and didn’t know what to do about it. Later, I realized that there is a plugin for that and it worked like magic. Of course, now I am on 3.5.1 and things seem to work much better here.

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