pluggins for all sites
This plugin will monitor your blog looking for broken links and let you know if any are found.
Once installed, the plugin will begin parsing your posts, bookmarks (AKA blogroll) and other content and looking for links. Depending on the size of your site this can take from a few minutes up to an hour or more. When parsing is complete, the plugin will start checking each link to see if it works. Again, how long this takes depends on how big your site is and how many links there are. You can monitor the progress and tweak various link checking options in Settings -> Link Checker.
The broken links, if any are found, will show up in a new tab of the WP admin panel - Tools -> Broken Links. A notification will also appear in the "Broken Link Checker" widget on the Dashboard. To save display space, you can keep the widget closed and configure it to expand automatically when problematic links are detected. E-mail notifications need to be enabled separately (in Settings -> Link Checker).
The "Broken Links" tab will by default display a list of broken links that have been detected so far. However, you can use the links on that page to view redirects or see a listing of all links - working or not - instead. You can also create new link filters by performing a search and clicking the "Create Custom Filter" button. For example, this can be used to create a filter that only shows comment links.
There are several actions associated with each link. They show up when you move your mouse over to one of the links listed the aforementioned tab -
You can also click on the contents of the "Status" or "Link Text" columns to get more info about the status of each link.
Note: Some translations are not entirely up to date with the latest release, so parts of the interface may appear untranslated.
This plugin uses one or more icons from the beautiful "Silk" icon set.
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.
When robots (like the Googlebot) crawl your site, they begin by requesting
http://example.com/robots.txt and checking it for special instructions. Use this plugin to create and edit your robots.txt file from within Wordpress (using
Options -> Robots.txt).
Whenever a user (or a robot, more likely) appends "robots.txt" to your blog URL (e.g. http://blog.example.com/robots.txt), this plugin will serve up the robots.txt file that you created in the Wordpress admin menu.
This plugin should work with most versions of Wordpress, but it is particularly intended for WP-MU installations, since it allows each WPMU blog to have a unique robots.txt file.
Note that robots make only top-level requests for robots.txt files. If you have Wordpress installed in a subdomain (e.g.
http://blog.example.com/) or in your root (e.g.
http://example.com/), this plugin will work as intended. But if you have Wordpress installed in a subdirectory (e.g.
http://example.com/blog/), then this plugin won't do much for you, since the search engines won't look for
http://example.com/blog/robots.txt, only for
Also, requires that you be using some form of permalink structure. If links to blog posts look like
http://example.com/index.php?p=36, this won't work.
If you post your support questions as comments below, I probably won't see them. If the FAQs don't answer your questions, you can post support questions at the KB Robots.txt plugin page on my site.
Automate your WordPress, website & database backups using the myRepono WordPress Backup Plugin & Service.
myRepono is an online website backup service which enables you to securely backup your WordPress web site files and mySQL database tables using an online and web-based management system. The myRepono online website backup service allows you to automate the process of backing up your entire WordPress web site and database, including all post, comments and user data, and your WordPress PHP, template and plugin files.
We provide an easy-to-install WordPress plugin which automates the myRepono API set-up and configuration process, enabling you to setup automated and remote website backups in a matter of minutes. Comprehensive backup management and restoration tools are provided via myRepono.com, giving you an independent backup management and restoration system if your WordPress installation is unavailable.
myRepono is a commercial backup service which uses a pay-as-you-go balance system. Users receive $5 USD free credit to help them get started, and with prices starting at 2 cents per day that's enough free credit to backup most WordPress installations for several months!
Features & Benefits:
Really Simple CAPTCHA does not work alone and is intended to work with other plugins. It is originally created for Contact Form 7, however, you can use it with your own plugin.
Note: This product is "really simple" as its name suggests, i.e., it is not strongly secure. If you need perfect security, you should try other solutions.
Really Simple CAPTCHA does not use PHP "Sessions" for storing states, unlike many other PHP CAPTCHA solutions, but stores them as temporary files. This allows you to embed it into WordPress without worrying about conflicts.
When you generate a CAPTCHA, Really Simple CAPTCHA creates two files for it; one is an image file of CAPTCHA, and the other is a PHP file which returns the correct answer to the CAPTCHA.
The two files have the same (random) prefix in their file names, for example, "a7hk3ux8p.png" and "a7hk3ux8p.php." In this case, for example, when the respondent answers "K5GF" as an answer to the "a7hk3ux8p.png" image, then Really Simple CAPTCHA runs "a7hk3ux8p.php" code and tests the answer against the return value it receives. If the return value is "K5GF," the two match, and the answer is confirmed as correct.
Note: Below are instructions for plugin developers.
First, create an instance of ReallySimpleCaptcha class:
`$captcha_instance = new ReallySimpleCaptcha();`
You can change the instance variables as you wish.
`// Change the background color of CAPTCHA image to black` `$captcha_instance->bg = array(0, 0, 0);`
See really-simple-captcha.php if you are interested in other variables.
Generate a random word for CAPTCHA.
`$word = $captcha_instance->generate_random_word();`
Generate an image file and a PHP code file in the temporary directory.
`$prefix = mt_rand();` `$captcha_instance->generate_image($prefix, $word);`
Then, show the image and get an answer from respondent.
Check the correctness of the answer.
`$correct = $captcha_instance->check($prefix, $the_answer_from_respondent);`
If the $correct is true, go ahead. Otherwise, block the respondent -- as it would appear not to be human.
And last, remove the temporary image and PHP files, as they are no longer in use.
If you wish to see a live sample of this, you can try Contact Form 7.
Updraft - Backup/Restore is a plugin designed to back up your WordPress blog. Uploads, themes, plugins, and even your DB can be backed up to Rackspace Cloud Files, Amazon S3, sent to an FTP server, or even emailed to you on a scheduled basis. Plus, restoring is just a click away! Catch new releases and other information about my plugins by following @reaperhulk on Twitter.
Seamlessly integrates FancyBox into your blog: Upload, activate, and you're done. No further configuration needed. However, you can customize it from the Options Page if you like... :)
You can easely customize almost anything you can think about fancybox: the border, margin width and color, zoom speed, animation type, close button position, overlay color and opacity and even more advanced option like several options to group images into galleries, and more...
By default, the plugin will use jQuery to apply FancyBox to ANY thumbnails that link directly to an image. This includes posts, the sidebar, etc, so you can activate it and it will be applied automatically.
You can see the plugin working on this blog although there's nothing amazing to see, just a FancyBox simple implementation, that's the point ;) You can take a look at the code if you're curious, though.
Paste this into your WordPress site: What's this?