Posted on November 30, 2007 at 12:01 am as Plugin
If your browser doesnâ€™t have all the clever bits necessary for all this, fear not. You can forego the comment previewing and just submit the comment as usual.
Requirements: WordPress 2.1+
Posted on November 29, 2007 at 12:01 am as Theme
Visionary is a theme for news/magazine sites. It includes built-in video features that easily allow you to add videos to your site.
Requirements: WordPress 2.1+
Posted on November 28, 2007 at 12:10 am as Link
Adii (pronounced â€œay-deeâ€) is a freelancer designer, WordPress rockstar, blogger and Web 2.0 strategist. He is from sunny Cape Town, South Africa. He has been freelancing, since February 2007 and itâ€™s not because he has a phobia for commitment – itâ€™s been a way of paying the bills.
He specializes in designing pretty websites, with strategic aims and he is a whole lot more comfortable designing blogs. He uses WordPress for 90% of my personal and client projects, although he has recently ventured into doing just designing and CSS / XHTML work on request.
He is getting really popular recently because of his excellent wordpress blogs design skill. He has released some of the most beautiful magazine style wordpress themes that you are willing to pay for it. Adii.co.za is a showcase for his design work, as well as serving as a outlet for his ideas and experiences related to Web 2.0, Designing, WordPress and Business Strategy. You will benefit a lot from visiting his blog.
Posted on November 28, 2007 at 12:09 am as Monetize
Entrecard is the first and only free exchange network for 125×125 ads. Through this revolutionary platform, you can advertise your own 125×125 Entrecard on any blog in the network, for free, for a number of days.
You pay for this advertising with Entrecard Credits, that you earn for free by networking (a.k.a. visiting blogs and dropping your card for other bloggers). Credits are the currency of the Entrecard network. You spend them to advertise your Entrecard on other people’s widgets.
How are credits earned?
Type: Free Exchange Program
Posted on November 27, 2007 at 12:01 am as Plugin
A gravatar, or globally recognized avatar, is quite simply an 80Ã—80 pixel avatar image that follows you from weblog to weblog appearing beside your name when you comment on gravatar enabled sites. Avatars help identify your posts on web forums, so why not on weblogs?
Setting up gravatars on your weblog is easy, you don’t even need an account! Plugins are available for leading weblog software, and our tutorials will have you running gravatars in no time. To request a gravatar from our servers, you simply add an image to your comments area with an “src” attribute that points to our gravatar image generator and includes an MD5 hash of the commenter’s email address. Since all gravatars are rated with an MPAA style rating, you can restrict your site to show only gravatars whose content you are comfortable with.
Download WordPress Gravatar Plugin now.
Posted on November 26, 2007 at 12:01 am as Theme
Showcase is a premium (paid) WordPress theme created to power a CSS or web design gallery, which is also ideal for managing online portfolios and photo blogs. If you want to use WordPress as a web design gallery, Showcase is the solution youâ€™ve been looking for. Beyond its core features, it comes with 5 different color schemes and 8 layout variations. It contains the following main features.
Pricing: Single ($70), Multiple ($280), Developer ($700), Credit Removal ($30)
Posted on November 25, 2007 at 12:01 am as CMS
ExpressionEngine is a flexible, feature-rich content management system that empowers thousands of individuals, organizations, and companies around the world to easily manage their website. If you’re tired of the limitations of your current CMS then take ExpressionEngine for a spin.
Unlike most other publishing systems, ExpressionEngine doesn’t force you to work a certain way. It adapts to your creative process. Examine our portfolio of featured sites and you’ll find that each one uniquely fulfills the creative and artistic vision of its designer. No cookie-cutter sites here.
ExpressionEngine is modular by design, enabling you to easily add new features and capability with add-on modules, plugins, and extensions. Included by default are 17 add-on modules, access to over 100 plugins, and dozens of extension hooks.
Pricing: Core (Free), Personal ($99.95), Commercial ($249.95)
Posted on November 24, 2007 at 12:01 am as Plugin
Digg this wordpress plugin is a plugin that detects incoming links from Digg.com to your wordpress post and automatically display a link back to the digg post, for people to digg your story. When a digg is first recognized an email is sent to the siteâ€™s admin. The detection is based on the referrer URL, which has to come from digg.
In case there is more than one digg posts to your page, only the first one will be displayed.
Posted on November 23, 2007 at 12:02 am as Plugin
WP Mailing List allow users/members to subscribe to your WordPress mailinglist and send out mass newsletters to all subscribed members in your database.
You have full control over several configuration settings such as the email format (text/html), automatically subscribing new registrations, etc…
Global variables in your newsletter message allows you to easily personalize newsletters by telling the script to automatically insert the first name, last name, email address, etc… of each subscriber into the newsletter message body.
Requirements: WordPress 2.1+, SMTP Mail Server
Posted on November 23, 2007 at 12:01 am as Link
WPDesigner is the personal WordPress and web development playground of Small Potato (main blog author). A pre-dystopia for fellow design-loving small potatoes to evade the gravitational pull of hot oil, WPDesigner has been a home for free WordPress themes since May 2006.
Beside boasting his arrogantly promoted collection of humble WordPress themes, via Jedi Mind Tricks, Small Potato (SP) occasionally materializes intangible step-by-step and layman-termed WordPress tutorials out of thin air.
Currently, the potato head is busy slaving away at launching a web hosting service for high traffic WordPress-powered blogs.