This plugin not only automatically changes any Amazon link on your site to use your affiliate ID, but it also changes the link to point to the user's local Amazon store.
So if your visitor is visiting from the UK they'll get a link to Amazon.co.uk, if they're visiting from the US they'll get a link to the same product on Amazon.com.
All you have to do is provide all your affiliate IDs.
It doesn't matter if the link is in your post, in your template or anywhere else on your page - it'll be converted automatically.
If you find this plugin helpful and it's increasing your sales. please consider donating just $1 or more to say thanks for the many, many hours I've spent on it. I'd really appreciate it!
Disclosure: If you don't have an affiliate account with one of the Amazon counties and leave its setting blank, the script will use mine. It'll never overwrite your affiliate IDs though, so don't worry - you'll never lose any revenue.
AmazonSimpleAdmin lets you easily integrate Amazon products into your wordpress pages.
By using the template feature, you can present the products in different styles on different pages. All by typing simple BBCode tags.
For the latest information visit the plugin homepage:
Here you can find a detailed documentation:
Antispam Bee is simple to use, has many options and filters. Does not store data on remote servers. Really.
<?php do_action('antispam_bee_count') ?> spam comments blocked by <a href="http://antispambee.com">Antispam Bee</a>
Adds the ability to rearrange the pages with drag and drop.
The plugin resembles CMS Tree Page View in many ways, but is designed to look as native as possible, to be used in client projects. There is no plugin branding or donate button. Just pure functionality.
For theme developers, there's a filter hook that lets you set the maximum number of levels pages can be nested in. There's also a filter to specify the post types this applies to. See the PHP file for details about this.
Adds FLV Flash videos into your blog. Video sitemap generation is supported.
For WordPress version older than 2.5, please download version 1.0 here.
By default, Genesis doesn't turn on WordPress Custom Backgrounds. Genesis Custom Backgrounds enables custom backgrounds and creates an option to enable selection of a default background from the sets of backgrounds provided by StudioPress. Currently, it is broken down to Dark and Light backgrounds with subfolders. You can easily provide the user more options by simply uploading more backgrounds with in either the light or dark folders. Upload using the following structure, folder: camo & files: camo-1.png, camo-2.png, and camo-3.png (in all lowercase). Furthermore, you can also upload a custom background via the WordPress Custom Background via Appearance > Background. You can easily add customization ability for the site to easily switch default backgrounds or upload their own (which will always overwrite the default).
Genesis Featured Widget Amplified adds additional functionality to the Genesis Featured Posts Widget. Specifically it:
This plugin requires the Genesis Theme Framework
Thanks to David Decker, this plugin is translation ready. German translation files included.
Genesis Simple Breadcrumbs adds a new menu item to the Genesis menu allowing for easy changes to the Genesis Breadcrumbs including:
This plugin requires the Genesis Theme Framework aff link
Genesis Simple Comments adds a new menu item to the Genesis menu allowing for easy changes to the Genesis Comments including:
This plugin requires the Genesis Theme Framework
This plugin creates a new Genesis settings page that allows you to modify the post-info (byline), post-meta, and footer area on any Genesis theme. Using text, shortcodes, and HTML in the textboxes provided in the admin screen, these three commonly modified areas are easily editable, without having to learn PHP or write functions, filters, or mess with hooks.
This plugin creates a new Genesis settings page that allows you to insert code (HTML, Shortcodes, and PHP), and attach it to any of the 50+ action hooks throughout the Genesis Theme Framework, from StudioPress.
Instead of the sometimes tedious and unfamiliar process of creating functions in your theme files, this plugin gives you an attractive, easy to use interface for modifying your Genesis theme via the hook system. The plugin accepts HTML, Shortcodes, and PHP and gives you access to all 50+ hooks built into the Genesis theme, and a few built-in WordPress hooks as well.
This plugin lets you easily remove the page title from specific pages. Don't want "Home" at the top of your homepage? Activate, then edit the homepage and check "Hide".
You can also set sitewide defaults. If you don't want page titles on any pages, go to Genesis > Theme Settings > Title Toggle and check the appropriate box. Once a post type has the default set to remove, when editing a page you can selectively turn on that page's title.
Finally, if you're comfortable with code you can use the
be_title_toggle_post_types filter to change the post types this applies to (it only applies to pages by default).
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.
This plugin makes it super easy to manually select related posts. You can search and select posts that fit your criteria, all from within the write/edit post screen.
Creating a system of related posts/pages on your site will result in more page views per unique visitor, and will improve GoogleBots understanding of your content.
Display related posts automatically, using shortcodes, using widgets or use one of the available API functions to add them to your theme
This plugin supports custom post types.
See the official plugin homepage for Microkids Related Posts for more info and discussion.
Pretty Link Pro is a significant upgrade to Pretty Link Lite that adds many tools and redirection types that will allow you to create pretty links automatically, cloak links, auto-tweet links, replace keywords thoughout your blog with pretty links and much more. You can learn more about Pretty Link Pro here:
Pretty Link enables you to shorten links using your own domain name (as opposed to using tinyurl.com, bit.ly, or any other link shrinking service)! In addition to creating clean links, Pretty Link tracks each hit on your URL and provides a full, detailed report of where the hit came from, the browser, os and host. Pretty Link is a killer plugin for people who want to clean up their affiliate links, track clicks from emails, their links on Twitter to come from their own domain, or generally increase the reach of their website by spreading these links on forums or comments on other blogs.
This is a link setup using Pretty Link that redirects to the Pretty Link Homepage where you can find more info about this Plugin:
Here's a named Pretty Link (I used the slug 'aweber') that does a 307 redirect to my affiliate link for aweber.com:
Here's a link that Pretty Link generated a random slug for (similar to what bit.ly or tinyurl would do):
Redirection is a WordPress plugin to manage 301 redirections, keep track of 404 errors, and generally tidy up any loose ends your site may have. This is particularly useful if you are migrating pages from an old website, or are changing the directory of your WordPress installation.
New features include:
Existing features include:
Redirection is available in:
This plugin will add related posts thumbnails after the post. Plugin allows to customize thumbnail sizes, display settings and type of relation.
By default it uses generated by Wordpress thumbnail for the first image appeared in the post, that was uploaded on the server with sizes as set in Media settings. You can select between 'thumbnail' and 'medium' size options. In addition if your theme supports Post Thumbnails feature introduced in Wordpress 2.9 you can specify custom thumbnail size. You can also specify post custom field name to be used as thumbnails source.
Thumbnails are arranged in columns under the post with related posts title/excerpt under each post thumbnail. Colors of background, border, text, text sizes, background on mouse over, title and excerpt length can be customized. See screenshot.
You can specify number of related posts to display, start date, categories to show on and to include, top text, style settings, default image URL. You can select type of relation - categories, tags, categories and tags, random or custom taxonomies. You can specify where to display related posts - choose page type (main or single), post type and select categories. You can turn off automatic appending to the end of post and use <?php get_related_posts_thumbnails(); ?> php tag in the Loop of your theme. Related Posts thumbnails sidebar widget is also available. You can use [related-posts-thumbnails] shortcode in the post body.
Modifies RSS feeds so that they include pages and not just posts. Deactivating the plugin restores RSS feeds to their default state.
Including pages in your feed is particularly useful if you're using WordPress as a CMS where pages represent a good portion of your content.
Plugin home: WP Permalauts
NEW in Version 0.8.0: Windows Livewriter should be supported now.
[DE] Umschreiben von deutschen Umlauten in URLs für Artikel, Seiten, Kategorien und Schlagwörter - nur mit Permalauts!
[EN] Rewrite German umlauts for URLs for Posts, Pages, Categories and Tags - only with Permalauts!
Selbst in der aktuellen Fassung von Wordpress werden die Permalinks ganz simpel auf den erlaubten ASCII-Zeichensatz heruntergebrochen, das resultiert dann zu folgenden Umformungen: ä=a, ö=o, ü=u und ß=s — wobei gerade die letzte Umformung sehr unschön anmutet.
Korrekterweise werden Umlaute und das ß aber im Deutschen anders umgeschrieben, wenn man keine Möglichkeit hat, diese zu nutzen.
So folgt dann: ä=ae, ö=oe, ü=ue und ß=ss.
Dieses Plugin ist zugleich die Erneuerung und Fortführung des leider nicht mehr gepflegten o42-clean-umlauts (http://otaku42.de/2005/06/30/plugin-o42-clean-umlauts/).
Nur hier: Es werden die Permalinks/Slugs von Beiträgen, Seiten, Kategorien und Schlagwörtern umgeschrieben! (Kann feinjustiert werden in den Einstellungen.)
Plugin home: WP Permalauts
Smush.it offers an API that performs these optimizations (except for stripping JPEG meta data) automatically, and this plugin seamlessly integrates Smush.it with WordPress.
Every image you add to a page or post will be automatically run through Smush.it behind the scenes. You don’t have to do anything different.
You can also run your existing images through Smush.it via the WordPress
Media Library. Click on the
Smush.it now! link for any image you'd like to smush.
As of version 1.4.0 there is a new, experimental
Bulk Smush.it feature. You can find the link under the
Media Library tab.
NextGEN user? Also download the WP Smush.it NextGEN Integration plugin.
If you're so inclined, I've setup a donation page.
Plugin updates are announced on http://www.twitter.com/TheCHANGELOG.
Paste this into your WordPress site: What's this?