Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.
Contact Form 7 (http://contactform7.com)
It is hard to continue development and support for this plugin without contributions from users like you. If you enjoy using Contact Form 7 and find it useful, please consider making a donation. Your donation will help encourage and support the plugin's continued development and better user support.
If you have created your own language pack, or have an update of an existing one, you can send gettext PO and MO files to me so that I can bundle it into Contact Form 7. You can download the latest POT file, and PO files in each language.
This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask.com to better index your blog. With such a sitemap, it's much easier for the crawlers to see the complete structure of your site and retrieve it more efficiently. The plugin supports all kinds of WordPress generated pages as well as custom URLs. Additionally it notifies all major search engines every time you create a post about the new content.
This release is not compatible with the new multisite feature of WordPress 3.0 yet. The plugin will remain inactive as long as this feature is enabled. If you are using this feature, try out the new Beta version which fully supports multisite mode as well as network activation!
This release is compatible with all WordPress versions since 2.1. If you are still using an older one, use version 2.7.1 instead.
Insert Headers and Footers is a simple plugin that lets you add scripts like Google Analytics to your WordPress site without having to get your hands dirty in code. Moreover, the simple interface gives you one place where you can add all of you scripts rather than dealing with dozens of plugins.
If you enjoy using this plugin and want to learn more about how to use WordPress then I would suggest visiting WPBeginner. It's one of the largest free WordPress resource sites in the world and has tons of WordPress tutorials that will explain everything you need to know about setting up and using WordPress.
People often ask me what are the best WordPress plugins? How do I decide which plugins I should use on my site? Are there any must have plugins? To answer all these questions I created a blueprint of WPBeginner that shows exactly what I use to run the site. Take a look at plugins I'm using at WPBeginner
Note for Beginners: Like all plugins available for download, Insert Headers And Footers is only available for self-hosted WordPress sites. This means you will need to switch from WordPress.com to WordPress.org if you want to use this plugin on your WordPress site. For more details, see my infographic on Self hosted WordPress.org vs Free WordPress.com
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With this plugin you don’t need to manually choose the date when a post will be published. After a simple configuration the plugin will schedule your posts when you click publish.
Just configure days of week, the number of posts each day and time interval you want posts to be auto scheduled and each post will be automatically scheduled for these days with no more than the number you specified of posts per day.
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It is useful as readers will have articles with maintain some defined periodicity.
Besides choose the day of week when you want posts published, you can set the time too. You might specify an interval in which you like posts to be scheduled. The plugin will choose a random time within this interval.
In order to make things clear and let no doubts about why an specific data were chosen, the plugins shows some informations in the publish box. You can set up how much info you want to see there.
This information is important as it allow you to manually change the date and time, if you have your reasons to.
It is very simple to use and avoid you to be searching when the last post were published each time you have to schedule a date to a post you are writing.
Specially useful if you have multiple blogs and each one have a different post schedule.
Se preferir, veja a documentação em português do plugin para WordPress Publish to Schedule.
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