Here’s a hack for auto-replacing keywords that are defined and linked through a management screen. phpGiggle locates user-defined keywords and phrases in an HTML document or string and subsequently replaces the keywords or phrases with anchor tags linking to user-defined URLs.
This WP 1.2 plugin adds pagination to your index page so you get something like <first Page> 1 2 3 4 5 6 <last Page>. Visitor can click through all of your posts one page at a time.
CMS comparison chart showing many different blog applications and their features via Scriptygoddess
Here’s a nice introductory article on weblog syndication and the current technology used to feed syndicated content.
From Rebecca Blood, Ten Tips For A Better Weblog and Weblog Ethics. Yvelle at Radical Rejection also offers a list of weblog standards
DElyMyth has a stats plugin that tracks IP addresses, browsers, operating systems, referrer and keywords and is fully commented.
Do you need help installing WordPress or perhaps a hack or two and don’t know a function from database? Here is someone who will install WP for $5 and donate half to WordPress. This is not an endorsement as I’m not familiar with Jannah but sounds like a great deal.
This plugin was found at Weblog Tools Collection and uses Jay Allen’s list of known spammers to help prevent comment spam. It’s easy to install and has a simple interface to either add your own spammer information or update your blacklist from Jay’s list on occasion. any comment where the URL, e-mail or comment matches […]
Add clickable smilies to your WP write/edit tab and to the comment forms with this WP hack.
This is a useful WP plugin for visitors to instantly see what’s new in your blog. Alerts them to how many new posts and comments have been posted since their last visit.