Since Twitter is yet to offer an alternative to those less savvy with code implementation, I’ve decided to offer you a WordPress plugin to help you include the official Twitter Tweet button in your blog posts. Download the plugin and from this point on, it’s all as easy as 1-2-3.
Current plugin version: 1.1
Supported WordPress versions: Most recent. Pre-3.0 versions not yet tested.
Click here to read the full blog post!
The Latest Posts by Category Archive WordPress plugin has been updated to version 1.2.
This is a major update as from now on, the plugin is also available as a widget for your widget-ready areas and comes with new styling options dedicated to customize the output of the widget.
The styling options are well documented and the documentation can be found as PDF and HTML files in the download package.
Download the 1.2 plugin version from the original post.
Please report unusual behaviors or bugs via this posts comments section.
By popular demand, the Latest Posts by Category Archive WordPress plugin has been updated to version 1.1 which currently includes the option to also display post dates, via hardcode or shortcodes.
Also, for WordPress 2.7+ users, a dashboard widget has been added that keeps track of the version in used and compares it to the most recent version available, for you to know when it’s time for a new update.
The updated plugin can be downloaded here.
Even with the latest WordPress release – 2.5 – we still need to make use of plugins to order our pages, categories and links, without having to go through each one and set an order number manually. If we still have to do this, let’s do it right.
Geeky Weekly is the blog of a 23 year old self-proclaimed geek, with a BS in Computer Science and extensive expertise in computer technologies and databases. For a while now he has been working on 3 WordPress plugins that he kept constantly updated, with every new release of the blogging platform. The latest versions of his plugins are fully compatible – claims their author – with the 2.5 release and are now listed and hosted in the “Plugins” section of WordPress.org.
So, for your ordering needs, Blogsessive recommends:
From now on, enjoy your blogging. Everything is “in order”.
Roy Tanck‘s flash tag cloud WordPress plugin – WP Cumulus – is the perfect tool for those of you who want a cool flashy gadget on their blog. From Roy’s provided information, this plugin should not affect the SEO score of your blog, since it will deliver the WordPress classic tag cloud to users that don’t have the Adobe Flash Player installed.
It easy to install, customize and implement and works exactly like a normal WordPress tag cloud, only with some nice effects for the tag navigation. A fully functional demo can be seen on the Roy Tanck’s blog, as well as the plugin download package.
So, all you blogsessed people out there, give this flash tag cloud a spin and tell us what you think about it!
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is vital for every online presence. If you’re looking to attract a large number of visitors to your blog, you should consider a tool to help you manage the important elements of your website in a SEO-friendly way. One of the most powerful and configurable WordPress Plugin that you can use for your blog’s SEO is Uberdose‘s All in One SEO Pack.
Main plugin features:
- Custom meta tags;
- Automated meta tags based on your posts’ content;
- Separate SEO for each post/page if required;
- noindex option for duplicate content pages;
- all in a user-friendly administration environment.