Here’s a boring geeky list of what makes Lee.org run.
- Ajax Edit Comments by The PluginBuddy Team. Some of my commenters use this all the time. Great.
- Akismet by Automattic. Since tweaking NoSpamNX perfectly, this is rarely needed. But I like having this as backup
- Artiss Plugins List by David Artiss. How I made this list :-)
- Brian’s Latest Comments by Brian Meidell. Essential part of my blog format :-)
- DoFollow by Kimmo Suominen. Since I don’t allow any spam on my blog, I think this increases my google juice.
- Faster Image Insert by David Frank. Lets me edit while photos are being updated. Great.
- FLV Embed by Yaosan Yeo. An FLV video player :-)
- Google Authenticator by Henrik Schack. Helps keep me safe from hackers… and I feel better about logging and blogging on strange computers.
- Infinite Scroll by Beaver6813, dirkhaim, Paul Irish. Essential part of my blog format :-)
- Jetpack by WordPress.com by Automattic. I get to see what posts are popular
- NoSpamNX by Sven Kubiak. Keeps the comment spammers away. Read more.
- Related Posts by Alexander Malov & Mike Lu. Essential part of my blog format :-)
- Search Everything by Dan Cameron of Sprout Venture. Works great.
- Search Excerpt by Scott Yang. Works great
- Smart Archives Reloaded by scribu. Makes a great archive page.
- Subscribe To Comments by Mark Jaquith. Used by many of my commenters
- WP-PageNavi by Lester ‘GaMerZ’ Chan & scribu. Essential.
- WP-PhotoNav by Fabian Moser. I’ve played with a bit and it works for panoramas. I often forget to use it though.
- WP FancyZoom by Stephen Granade. Essential.
- WP Super Cache by Donncha O Caoimh. The best cache.
* Login Lock. Works but Google Authentication works better (I think)
* Twitter Tools
* WPBook Lite. I replaced these 3 with Twitterfeed this week.
* Spam Free WordPress – By Todd Lahman, LLC It helped decrease comment spams but my current solution is working better
* No Adverts for Friends By Donncha O Caoimh – it looks like it broke a while back :-(
* Maintenance Mode By Michael WÃ¶hrer. Hangs in the wings in case of spam hack attack or something.