10 New WordPress Plugins

Published On November 19, 2008
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Offline Mode

This plugin enable admin to put up a splash page to show that the site is down for maintenance. Come with a timer to tell how long the site is down. User can customize their own splash screen or get a list of splash screen from author’s site.

Resize at Upload

By using this plugin you can resize all your images when you upload them to your WordPress installation. It lets you specify the maximum width according to which it resizes your images keeping the aspect ratio proportional.


This plugin lets you display the images uploaded through the WordPress gallery option in different albums. By organizing your galleries as multiple child pages of one parent page, you can use this plugin to see a preview thumbnail and description of each gallery.

Different Posts per Page

This plugin provides you with freedom to have total control over the number of posts you want to show in home, category, archive or any specific pages of wordpress.

WP Greet Box

This plugin lets you show a different greeting message to your new visitors depending on their referrer url. For example, when a Digg user clicks through from Digg, they will see a message reminding them to digg your post if they like it.

Automatic SEO Links

Forget to put manually your links, just choose a word and a URL and this plugin will replace all matches in the posts of your blog. You can set the title of the link, target, rel and also you can know every moment how many times a word has been changed.

Advanced Code Editor

Integrates the EditArea advanced code editor into WordPress. This adds real time syntax highlighting, line numbering, full screen editing, and more to the code editor to the “Add New Post” and “Add New Page” screens.

Add Post Footer Plugin

Automatically add any custom paragraph, HTML code, advertising codes, technorati tags and/or related links list to the end of every posts. All global options are fully customized via WordPress admin options.

Twitter Tools

Twitter Tools is a plugin by Alex King that creates a complete integration between your WordPress blog and your Twitter account.


Eventr lets you create events and provides your visitors with a form that lets them register for the event. There is also an option to show the entire attendee list to blog vistors as well.

28 replies on “10 New WordPress Plugins”

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Roni Rosenan Reply

Thought I’d let you know about Kaltura’s All in One Video Pack for WordPress blogs. This is not just another video embed tool – it includes every functionality you might need for video and rich-media, including the ability to upload/ record/import videos directly to your post, edit and remix content with an online video editor, enable video responses, manage and track your video content, create playlists, sidebar showing all recent videos posted and video comments and much more. Check it out and download it here: http://corp.kaltura.com/wordpress_video_plugin?general&campaign=wordpress-comments. Showcase your blog, see examples and pictures of the plugin and get support in our forum: http://community.kaltura.org/viewforum.php?f=4

Thaya Kareeson Reply

Hi Jai. Thank you for mentioning WP Greet Box in your list. I am happy that my plugin is able to be featured on such an authoritative site.

Sara Reply

Great list! I love Twitter Tools so much, but some of the others are new to me. I want to check out Greet Box.

It’d be fun to see what kind of interesting ways you could use Eventr. Obviously teleconferences and stuff, but it might also be a cool way to get return visitors by having people sign up for the “event” of a product release or something like that. Good stuff.

Thanks for the list. I also really like your themes – clean and easy on the eye =)


types of cancer Reply

As always… a perfect list and a few great new themes I have not seen yet.
Now… just to find the time to test, change and implement!

Irfan Reply

Great job Mister!
Add post footer is looks like my friend’s old plugin,

Ralph Reply

Thanks for sharing those plugins. Have you tried any of them yet? Or has anyone else tried them? I wonder how well each of them works.

M. Pence Reply

Those are actually some pretty stellar plug ins. I am so grateful to those that make and create these add ons for our WP blogs–it helps a lot! Thanks for sharing these!

Jai Reply

@kodeblogger.com:- Well, there are lot of other websites that publish long lists of free themes. I usually like releasing my own free ones 🙂

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