Clean up Admin & easy user registration
Social Connect adds social login buttons on the login, register and comment forms of your WordPress site.
The buttons offer login and registration using a Twitter, Facebook, Google, Yahoo or WordPress.com account.
It makes it super easy for new members to register with your site and existing members to login.
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And everyone else in the forums sharing the fixes they find and answering each others questions.
Command your admin dashboard. Manage built-in widgets (Right Now, Recent Comments, etc.) and dynamically registered widgets (Google Analytics Summary, WP E-Commerce Dashboard, etc.). Hide widgets depending upon user capabilities.
This plugin is based upon Dave Kinkead's Dashboard Heaven plugin and extends it to support dynamically registered widgets, such as dashboard widgets that are added by a plugin.
After installation access to all dashboard widgets is removed, then you can use the options at Settings > Dashboard Commander to configure the minimum access level for each widget.
Admin Menu Editor lets you manually edit the Dashboard menu. You can reorder the menus, show/hide specific items, change access rights, and more.
Adds an avatar upload field to user profiles if the current user has media permissions. Generates requested sizes on demand just like Gravatar! Simple and lightweight.
Just edit a user profile, and scroll down to the new "Avatar" field. The plug-in will take care of cropping and sizing!
Unlike other avatar plug-ins, Simple Local Avatars:
This plugin allows you to add a customisable biography to posts, to RSS feeds, to pages, to archives and to each post on your blog's landing page. It integrates out of the box with the information that can be provided in each user's profile and supports custom post types. Display of the Biography Box can be suppressed on a global or per user basis for posts, pages and custom post types.
Settings and options include:
The plugin expands and enhances the Contact Info section of your user profile, adding support for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Delicious, Flickr, Picasa, Vimeo, YouTube and Reddit profile links as well as Yahoo! Messenger, AIM, Windows Live Messenger and Jabber/Google Talk instant messaging profiles. Your Contact Info links can then be displayed as part of the Biography Box, either as plain text links or as icon links.
The plugin also has an added filter and shortcode (
[wp_biographia]) to add further customisation. For example, if you use page templates to display custom post types on your blog, you can simply use
filter ('wp_biographia_pattern') to decide how you'd like to customise. If you want the Biography Box to appear at the bottom but on archive pages, you want them at the top, then the filter can do that as well, or simply use the shortcode to control where it appears in a post of any post type. For more information on how to use the
[wp_biographia] shortcode, see the Shortcode Support And Usage section.
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