WordPress default admin area menu is perfect for bloggers but sometimes it may not meet your preferences. For example: When you are running a BuddyPress community site and you want BuddyPress admin controls to appear on top rather than Posts, Media and Pages menu. This tutorial explain you how you can easily reorder, remove or add new custom admin menus in WordPress.
Cache is basically a component used for storing data transparently for fast processing of requests. Data stored in cache can be the computed values or duplicates of original values stored somewhere else. If data is stored in the cache then requests are served simply by reading the cache which is comparatively faster. This tutorial explains you how you can enable cache for Gravatars of your WordPress site.
YD WPMU Bloglist Widget plugin activates a new sidebar widget that lets you display the list of all subsites of your main parent site using a single or multi-column layout format.
YD WPMU Bloglist Widget provides you a sidebar widget and a template function for displaying list of subsites with posts count in main WordPress site of a multisite network.