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Five WordPress Plugins You Should be Using

Five WordPress Plugins You Should be Using

If you're still depending on WordPress' basic features for your blog or Web site, you're not getting the most out of your Web presence. Whether you're using WordPress for business or personal reasons, you should always explore new ways to maximize your site's potential.Here is a list of five free WordPress plugins you should be using: WordPress SEO by Yoast WordPress SEO by Yoast is the ideal way to optimize your blog or site's...

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Turn your WordPress blog into Feedback, Survey or Quiz site using WP Feedback & Survey Manager Plugin

Turn your WordPress blog into Feedback, Survey or Quiz site using WP Feedback & Survey Manager Plugin

I am glad to release another WordPress plugin. Last to last year, while working on our college Annual Fest, I developed two plugins, WP Category Post List and Simple Event Management. This year, we thought getting opinions from our college students would serve us good (Thanks to Arnab Saha for this idea). So, I came up with a generalized WordPress plugin for this and it is called WP Feedback & Survey Manager.Using this plugin, you...

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WordPress Advertisement Management with Revenue Sharing – Coming soon

WordPress Advertisement Management with Revenue Sharing – Coming soon

Hello folks,I am pleased to tell you that the plugin I've been working on since last month, is almost complete and will probably get released in the upcoming week.The best features are (but not limited to)Ability to create as many ad units as you wish. Assign units to pre selected and most optimized spots on your blogs. Customize each of the units, make them shared, enable/disable them, customize the CSS (with the inbuilt...

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Pros and Cons of using WordPress JetPack comments on your self hosted blog

Pros and Cons of using WordPress JetPack comments on your self hosted blog

Recently, WordPress JetPack came with an update which allowed us to use wordpress.com like commenting system on our self hosted blog. Although it's been one of the most requested feature, but it came with its own pitfalls. It gives you a nice commenting interface and if your theme doesn't have a good looking comment form, then you would probably like to use it. But before you do, I would suggest you to go through this post to get a better...

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Automatic login redirect to primary site & block main site admin – WordPress MultiSite

Automatic login redirect to primary site & block main site admin – WordPress MultiSite

So once again, while developing something in WordPress MultiSite for a client, I came across a problem where I had to put Automatic login redirect to primary site & block main site admin in WordPress MultiSite setup. The problem was the login link was given from the main site. So when ever a community site member used that link to login, she got redirected to the main site wp-admin, instead of her own primary blog wp-admin. This was a...

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WP Simple Event Management Plugin by iTg – Manage college fests and events

WP Simple Event Management Plugin by iTg – Manage college fests and events

So, after a long break, we are back. Back with another cool new WordPress Plugin. The reason behind the in-activeness was I was really busy doing some college work and working for a client. Luckily both of the work progressed well, and the best part is, I successfully developed an Event management plugin for WordPress. Yes, this plugin has been made open source. Using WP Simple Event Management you can easily add events with start date, end...

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How to regenerate older thumbnail sizes for WordPress featured image registered size

How to regenerate older thumbnail sizes for WordPress featured image registered size

So, we have released our second plugin WP Category Post Lists and I hope it serves you well. One thing about the plugin is, it uses WordPress' default featured image to show the thumbnails. As discussed previously, you can register any size of images you want. While uploading the image, WordPress will automatically check for registered sizes and will crutch the image accordingly.But, what if you register a new image size? Will the...

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