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Extends the feed! A report of copyright, a digital fingerprint and the IP of the feed reader can be added. In addition, some search engines are scanned for the digital fingerprint in order to find possible content theft. The feed can be also be supplemented with comments and topic-relevant contributions. The complete RSS feed can be delivered even if the
<--more--> tag is used in WP 2.1+. It is possible to view related post using the plugin Simple Tagging or Simple Tags.
Von: Frank Bültge.
Allows you to pull Google Analytics and MailChimp data directly into your dashboard, so you can access robust analytics tools without leaving WordPress. Compliments of MailChimp.
Von: Crowd Favorite.
Antispam plugin with a sophisticated toolset for effective day to day comment and trackback spam-fighting. Built with data protection and privacy in mind.
Makes plugins and themes installs and updates faster, no longer needs ftp details confirmation.
Von: Turcu Ciprian.
Easy to use WordPress caching plugin. Serving static blog pages from database, disk, Memcached or APC.
Adds a sidebar widget to display the categories as a tag cloud.
Von: Lee Kelleher.
Displays a count of each comment authors total number of comments next to their name on the admin pages.
Von: Jan Teriete.
Show full comments in the Recent Comments box on the admin dashboard.
This plugin improves SEO using sitemaps for best indexation by search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and others.
Von: Arne Brachhold.
Bring the power of the WordPress.com cloud to your self-hosted WordPress. Jetpack enables you to connect your blog to a WordPress.com account to use the powerful features normally only available to WordPress.com users.
Limit rate of login attempts, including by way of cookies, for each IP.
Von: Johan Eenfeldt.
This plugin replaces WordPress search with a relevance-sorting search.
Von: Mikko Saari.
Sends email notifications to the admin if a new version of WordPress available. Notifications about updates for plugins and themes can also be sent.
Von: Jon Cave.
On-demand backup of your WordPress database. Navigate to Tools → Backup to get started.
Von: Austin Matzko.
Show up the memory limit and current memory usage in the dashboard and admin footer
Von: Alex Rabe.
WP-Optimize is WordPress's #1 most installed optimization plugin. With it, you can clean up your database easily and safely, without manual queries.
With this plugin you can browse, delete and debug the entrys of your WordPress options database table. Important: Only the administrator user should have access to this plugin and should know what he is doing!
Von: Marc Schieferdecker.
Adds Piwik statistics to your WordPress dashboard and is also able to add the Piwik Tracking Code to your blog.
Von: André Bräkling.
prettyPhoto is a jQuery based lightbox clone. Not only does it support images, it also add support for videos, flash, YouTube, iFrame. It's a full blown media modal box. WP-prettyPhoto embeds those functionalities in WordPress.
Von: Pier-Luc Petitclerc.
This plugin adds a widget to your dashboard showing every post which has a comment you did not respond to (Posts where the last comment is not made by a logged in user)
Von: Knut Ahlers.
Lets you use Google Analytics to track your WordPress site statistics
Von: Aaron D. Campbell.
Shows all installed plugins with a signle shortcode.
[pluginlist] to show all,
[pluginlist show="active"] to show only activated plugins and
[pluginlist show="inactive"] to show all inactive plugins.
Von: H.-Peter Pfeufer.
This plugin transforms the german umlauts into well-formed entities (needed ONLY for permalinks). It's based on o42-clean-umlauts.
Von: Christoph Grabo.
Powerful and reliable Plugin for search engine optimization and metadata formatting. A Swiss Army Knife of SEO with innovation from Germany.
Von: Team wpSEO.