“Lee, you sure use a lot of plugins on your site. Could you give me a list of all of them?”
“Sure thing. I’ll give you the whole rundown..
This is lifted straight from my plugins page so you can catch all the links and such.
|Adhesive||2.1 beta|| Owen Winkler
||Allows easy marking of sticky posts in WordPress 1.3.Licensed under the MIT License, Copyright 2004 Owen Winkler.||Deactivate|
|Backup Restore||1.5||LaughingLizard (email@example.com)||Backup and restore your weblog’s database, files and folders.||Deactivate|
|DoFollow||2.0||Kimmo Suominen||Disable the “nofollow” tagging for comments. Timeout using comment age inspired by Christoph Rummel. Configuration: Options » DoFollow||Deactivate|
|Paged Comment Editing||0.4|| Brian “ColdForged” Dupuis
||Replaces the stock Comments Management page with a more flexible page that allows paging through comments as well as optionally showing _all_ comments, including spam comments. This way it is possible to correct false-positives and monitor the activity of the built-in spam countermeasures. Simply activate the plugin and visit the Manage -> Comments page.||Deactivate|
|Enhanced Post List||0.3||Brian “ColdForged” Dupuis||Replaces the standard post listing with a much more functional listing, including browsing by category and author as well as sorting by various columns.||Deactivate|
|Page Navigation||1.2|| GaMerZ
||Adds A Page Navigation To Your WordPress. Please Make Sure Post Paged Is Turned On.||Deactivate|
|Popularity Contest||1.1|| Alex King
||This will enable ranking of your posts by popularity; using the behavior of your visitors to determine each post’s popularity. You set a value (or use the default value) for every post view, comment, etc. and the popularity of your posts is calculated based on those values. Once you have activated the plugin, you can configure the Popularity Values and View Reports. You can also use the included Template Tags to display post popularity and lists of popular posts on your blog.||Deactivate|
|Recent Comments||1.15||Nick Momrik||Retrieves a list of the most recent comments.||Deactivate|
|Recent Posts||1.05|| Nick Momrik
||Returns a list of the most recent posts.||Deactivate|
|Related Posts||1.3.3|| Alexander Malov & Mike Lu
||Returns a list of the related entries based on keyword matches. If this is your first time using this plugin you will need to run the setup script first in order to create the required full text database index.||Deactivate|
|Search Meter||1.0|| Bennett McElwee
||Keeps track of what your visitors are searching for. After you have activated this plugin, you can check the Search Meter Statistics page to see what your visitors are searching for on your blog.||Deactivate|
|Search Everything||0.01||Dan Cameron||This makes search queries look at pages, comments and posts instead of only posts. Based off of hacks and plugins from Stinky Dad and Rob Schluter’s hack and.||Deactivate|
|Google Sitemaps||2.7.1||Arne Brachhold||This generator will create a Google compliant sitemap of your WordPress blog.||Activate|
|Spam Karma 2 – Reloaded||2.0 Final r2||dr Dave||The movie sucked. The plugin does not. Go to Manage >> Spam Karma 2 to configure. *** Requires WordPress 1.5.1 to function correctly ***||Deactivate|
|Subscribe To Comments||2.0.2||Mark Jaquith and Jennifer (ScriptyGoddess)||Allows readers to recieve notifications of new comments that are posted to an entry||Deactivate|
|Subscribe2||2.1.4|| Scott Merrill
||Notifies an email list when new entries are posted.||Deactivate|
|suggest||0.5||David Linsin||This plugin enables a feature like Google’s suggest search. When typing characters in your blog search field suggestions are being presented.||Activate|
|Theme Switcher||0.3|| Ryan Boren
||Allow your readers to switch themes.||Activate|
|Words in Post||1.1||Lee Sonko||Creates a variable equal to the total number of words in a post, regardless tags and MOREsUsage:<?php echo words_in_post(); ?>||Deactivate|
|wp-cache||2.0.14||Ricardo Galli Granada||Very fast cache module. It’s composed of several modules, this plugin can configure and manage the whole system. Once enabled, go to “Options” and select “WP-Cache”.||Deactivate|
|WP Paginate||.2.2||Jennifer – Scriptygoddess||Create pagination for pages||Deactivate|
I’ve only used Adhesive a few times but it’s good
Backup Restore: It’s a manual process but it works great in a pinch
DoFollow is a fantastic idea and execution of a simple idea. It should be The Standard as far as rel=nofollow. Read up
Paged Comment Editing: Works great to sift through Spam Karma hits. Hopefully integrated into next WP.
Enhanced List Post: excellent functionality. Hopefully integrated into next WP.
Page Navigation: How I make my nav bar “Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | … | 42 Older Entries ï¿½ ”
Popularity Contest: It’s kinda neat to see the stats. And it makes that “Most Popular Posts” nav bar item. Did you notice that when you are viewing different months or different categories, it shows you “Most Popular This Month” etc…?
Recent Comments: nav bar. Speaks for itself. Good.
Related Posts: How does this magic little thing work? I think it’s totally cool. It makes that “Possibly related posts ï¿½No robotic combat for youï¿½Matrix Revolutionsï¿½Humvee as a status symbol” after every post.
Search Meter: If anyone ever used my search bar, it would tell me about it :-(
Search Everything: good
Google Sitemaps: Not activated b/c it doesn’t seem important. Google usually sees my blog updates in less than a week. (wow)
Spam Karma 2 – Reloaded: This has saved the blogosphere from an untimely end! I donated to him. You should too. This thing catches a LOT of comment spam. Virtually nothing gets through! It’s magic.
Subscribe to Comments: I think it’s a groovy feature…
Subscribe2: If anyone used this, they’d probably like it
Suggest: It -almost- works great. It has some browser compatibility issues and doesn’t work correctly if you aren’t starting from the blog homepage
Theme Switcher: A good thing but it doesn’t play nice with wp-cache
Words in Post: My first (and so far only) plugin. You might not even see it… if you mouse-over the title of a post, you’ll see how many words are in it. Joy.
wp-cache: improves the performance of the site… but it’s a bother. You have to turn it off when you’re playing with the site, otherwise you won’t see your updates, you’ll just see the cache. Otherwise, great.
wp paginate: wait, Maybe it’s this plugin that does the “Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | … | 41 Older Entries ï¿½” magic… maybe they work together. Uh oh. I forget how my site works. I’m doomed. Doomed, I tell you.
Random Image Generator is a good thing
narchive is a good thing too, though I suppose the page needs cleaning up a little.
nicetitle.js makes the titles have black backgrounds when you mouse-over them.
That’s the most of it.