You finally have your weblog up and running and have written your first, “Hello World”. Now how do you create a readership? Unfortunately the “build it and they will come” axiom does not apply on the web. First step should be to get your weblog submitted to as many directories and search engines as possible. […]
This plugin gives you MT style titles. Replaces ‘-‘ with ‘_’, eliminates the dots on decimal numbers and sanitizes rather than deleting non-English characters. Must have for languages other than English.
Soto has a Random Message WP hack that allows you to display random quotes, phrases, words or whatever message you’d like. I have it installed on another blog of mine and it works great.
Here is another Related Entries Plugin which is based on the previous one I posted earlier except cleaned up and coded into a plugin, taking advantage of WP’s plug-in system.
This Related Post hack looks for keywords in a single post and grabs links to other posts with some of the same keywords. This is a hack and thus you need to add the code into your my-hacks.php file.
Do you need to add a little more power to your Post screen? Install this WP hack and add a WYSIWYG editor with the ability to swtch back and forth between text and HTML.
Here are more WP templates. I got my template from here. Another source for templates here.
Here’s a nice tutorial on setting MT to ping Yahoo’s RSS database whenever you post an entry, courtesy of Jeremy Zawodny.
Neil’s Weblog Templates has a few templates for WP and MT.
Nick Momrik offers a zip file with eight different WP post and comment plugins. Comment Count Output the number of comments. Can be used to count total number of comments or the number of comments for a specific post when used “in the loop.” Comment Plugger Gives a list of that last people to comment […]