Here’s a WP plugin that adds the day of the week to your date posted. For example, your posts from yesterday would read Yesterday, June 22, 2004. Posts from today would display as Today, June 23, 2004, and posts from Monday would display as Monday, June 21, 2004.
Do you need to separate your comments from your trackbacks? This hack from Scriptygoddess will do just that. Now you can have your trackbacks listed first and then your comments.
Huddled Masses latest plugin generates PNG images of text, written in the font/size that you specify. These PNG images are passed back to the browser. Optionally, they can be cached for later use. If a cached image is found, a new image will not be generated, and the existing copy will be sent to the […]
This plugin will allow you to whitelist your friends comments and moderate everyone else. When a new comment is posted, this plugin checks to see if the authors email address has been use to submit a comment that was previously approved. If it hasn’t, it will be flagged for moderation, and you can decide what […]
If you use Theopedia, the encyclopedia for Christian terms, this plugin will auto link keywords found in the encyclopedia.
The Bush2004 campaign website has switched to WordPress. Congratulations Matt & Co.
This plugin lets WP bloggers add a link to posts from any number of weeks, months, pr years ago. Kind of a this day in history…
A proposal from Dave Winer, would it be reasonable to merge Atom and RSS, much the way we merged scriptingNews format with RSS between 0.90 and 0.91?
PCWorld.com reviews RSS readers.
With this plugin, archives only display the first 30 words of an entry in order to prevent large date or category archive pages.