Da ich gerade den Beitrag "Checkliste * WordPress" vorbereite, hab ich mich des WordPress Plugins "wp-pluginsused" bedient, um nachzusehen, welche Erweiterungen ich permanent installiert habe und welche ich noch testen möchte. Wenn ich Zeit finde, werde ich auch noch die Kurzbeschreibungen übersetzen.
Hier das Ergebnis:
Insgesamt sind 36 Plugins installiert, 21 aktive und 15 inaktive.
Akismet 2.1.8 by Matt Mullenweg
Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not. You need a WordPress.com API key to use it. You can review the spam it catches under “Comments.” To show off your Akismet stats just put <?php akismet_counter(); ?> in your template. See also: WP Stats plugin.
cforms 8.7 by Oliver Seidel
cformsII offers unparalleled flexibility in deploying contact forms across your blog. Features include: comprehensive SPAM protection, Ajax support, Backup & Restore, Multi-Recipients, Role Manager support, Database tracking and many more. Please see the VERSION HISTORY for what’s new and current bugfixes.
Just One Category 1.0 by Michael D Adams
On a category’s archive page do not show posts from that category’s children categories unless those posts are also a member of the original category in question. Based on Front Page Categories by Ryan Boren.
Lighter Menus 2.7.2 by corpodibacco
Creates Drop Down Menus for WordPress Admin Panels. Fast to load, adaptable to color schemes, comes with silk icons, a option page, and a design that fits within the WordPress 2.5 interface taking the less room possible.
Manageable 1.1 by Aaron Harp
Inline editing of the date, title, author, categories, tags, status and more on both posts and pages without leaving the “Manage” admin sections. No need to load each post or page individually. Simply double-click anywhere in the post or page row and when you’re done, press enter. Requires WordPress 2.5 or above.
More fields 0.6.8 by Henrik Melin, Kal Ström
Adds any number of extra fields (text, textareas and selects), in any number of additional boxes in the admin. Get the data by do_action(’more_fields’, ‘Name of box’);
My Category Order 2.6.1 by froman118
My Category Order allows you to set the order in which categories will appear in the sidebar. Uses a drag and drop interface for ordering. Adds a widget with additional options for easy installation on widgetized themes. Visit the My Category Order page after updating WordPress to apply essential file patches.
Slimbox Plugin 1.3 by Peppe Argento
WordPress Newsletter subscription Opt-in for SendBlaster 1.1.5 by Max
Create a simple form to collect subscription requests to newsletter software managed mailing lists. User input is stored in the db and sent by e-mail in a format compatible with common newsletter softwares’ data structure and subscription management.
Ping Crawl 1.0 by JoshTeam and Eli
Every time you make a post on your blog it grabs similar posts from other blogs that allow pingbacks using the post tags. It then links to them at the bottom of the post as similar posts. It then executes the pingback on all the posts. You can specify how many posts to do per tag and that many will be done for each tag you use in your posts. Typically it has about an 80% successrate with each pingback and they are legit so the ones that fall into moderation tend to get approved. This creates quite a few deep links for each blog post you make and through time really helps with your link building. Especially for new blogs.
WP-Polls 2.31 by Lester Chan
Adds an AJAX poll system to your WordPress blog. You can easily include a poll into your WordPress’s blog post/page. WP-Polls is extremely customizable via templates and css styles and there are tons of options for you to choose to ensure that WP-Polls runs the way you wanted. It now supports multiple selection of answers.