If you’re a FeedDemon user, here is a hack to allow you to post to WP from within FeedDemon.
This plugin turns off comments after a selected number of days. Gives the advantage of not leaving older posts open to spam comments.
This hack uses an existing function built into WP to validate eMail addresses of those placing comments to your weblog. This assumes you are requiring name and eMail in your options.
A whole slew of articles about weblogs and blogging. “This online, edited collection explores discursive, visual, social, and other communicative features of weblogs.”
This scriptygoddess hack adds a Remember Me box to your WP login page so that your cookie doesn’t expire and you don’t have to login after every time you close your browser.
The Get Custom plugin makes it easy to retrieve and control the display of any custom field values/meta data for posts. The power of custom fields gives this plugin the potential to be dozens of plugins all rolled into one. The author provides several examples including current mood, reading list, and now playing.
This WP plugin adds additional functionality to the <!– more –> feature of WordPress. When a user selects the more link a <div> tag is added to the text that was on the front page, thus styling the text that was already read differently then the rest of the post.
Add next / previous links on your date archive pages. you’re looking at the archive page for “January 7, 2004” – it will put a link to the previous day and next day page. If there are no posts on that day – it will look for the next available day that has posts.
Create a list of text that you want to be auto-linked and this plugin will create the hyperlinks automatically for you.
This easy to follow WP tutorial shows users how to create “About Me” type pages without them showing up on your home page or in the category list. You’ll end up linking to it from links list.