Sometime after leabing comment on any website you must have felt the need of editing your comment, maybe due to some grammar or spelling mistake or regret of posting something idiotic. But unfortunately, most WordPress sites doesn’t provides the ability for anonymous users to edit their comments. The reason is, by default WordPress only provides this ability to site admins. In this tutorial, you will see how in a few clicks you can enable your anonymous and unregistered users to edit their comment.
Stream is a powerful WordPress plugin that lets you track all logged-in user activity, monitors each and every change made on to your WordPress website and provides every detail in beautifully organized way. But note that it requires PHP 5.3 or higher to be activated and used, otherwise it doesn’t shows up any stream page and displays a message that your hosting doesn’t supports PHP5.3
podPress enables a lot of features specially designed to transform WordPress the ideal platform for hosting a podcast.OR if ypu like doing things more professionally you can use our special service for easily creating and hosting a beautiful Podcast website which provides you blog and podcast in one, you can learn more about its options and features here.
You can better manage your multi-author WordPress sites by marking WordPress posts and Pages as completed, partial, needing review, add notes documenting editorial needs with Content Progress plugin.
Fix my posts! is the new WordPress plugin that lets you automatically repair all your posts and images after data-import or at the times when your database get messed up. It becomes more useful at the times when you you import posts/images from another CMS using direct SQL, it simply allows you to run an automatic wizard where it auto repairs some basic things on all of your posts one by one.
Infogeek Admin Themes, another new admin area theme plugin that provides you three new color schemes based on WordPress 3.8 update. Simply install and activate the plugin, then visit your admin area profile page from dashboard user’s menu and you will be seeing three new color schemes: Infogeek Clear, Infogeek High Contrast and XTND ( Extend ).
Has the white as main color and blue as highlight. Is very clear theme for you backend, if you don\’ like so much the high contrast.
XTND ( Extend ):
A theme very close to the default theme but uses magenta instead of blue! Very nice looking variation!
Infogeek High Contrast:
Has a main color of green-blue ( like the sea ), secondary highlight colors of blue and black. Clear and helps much with distinction amount the different sections of the backend user interface.
WordPress plugin repo. has new handy plugin for the bloggers and webmasters who need managing a lot of media files. With this new plugin you can create unlimited amount of media taxonomies (just like categories and tags), manage your custom media taxonomies in a better way, easily filter media files in Media Library by your custom taxonomies, create new media file types (MIME types) and more.
Codepress Admin Columns is a free WordPress plugin which allows you to customize your admin section columns.
Website owners professionally running WordPress blog have large amount of content to manage like lot posts, pages, custom post types, media and more but default WordPress content list page (like Posts -> All Posts) provides you only few basic columns.
Now you can easily add a new comment filter in WordPress that simply lets you filter your admin comments that have not received a reply yet by any internal user in your website. It ignores pingbacks from loop and allows you to define a list with admin usernames would be answering.
You can easily activate a custom mouse pointer for the visitors who access your website in the frontend. Unique Cursor is the new WordPress plugin that allows you to select a custom mouse pointer.
WYSIWYG Visual HTML Editor & Drag And Drop Web Page Editor With CKEditor, Desktop Publisher For WordPress is a powerful WordPress Plug & Edit HTML Editor based on 3D page building design with height, width and depth.
By default WordPress provides you one H1 heading title field. This tutorial is on a simple WordPress plugin that lets you add sub-headings in your WordPress blog posts and post types.