Sometimes, specially while working on client websites and when installing many plugins for testing purposes to see which one works best for you, it becomes very irritating to again and again visit plugins admin page for deactivating plugins. This tutorial is on a plugin that makes this job easy by enabling you to quickly toggle plugin activation status from the WordPress toolbar. Best for developers.
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.
Cream6 is the new user-friendly WordPress admin area theme with responsive layout. It is available for download as a plugin at WordPress Plugin Repository.There are Screeno configuration options to set. Simply install and activate it and that’s all, your new admin section is ready to use.
Given screenshot shows its truly responsive layout in different widgets. It works much better than other admin themes and provides better display in different screen sizes.
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.
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.
HC Custom WP-Admin URL is another new WordPress plugin that allows you to edit WP Admin area URL slug from wp-admin to someting else of your choice.
Multisite Toolbar Additions is a powerful, light weight WordPress plugin that simply adds some very useful admin links in toolbar. It also provides support for various popular third party plugins listed in WP plugin’s page. With this plugin you get quick links to visit admin pages easily. For example: you can access the ‘Nav Menu’ Settings of a sub site/blog using your admin bar from frontend or backend of any subsite.
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.
Cloudinary.Com has launched a free WordPress plugin that lets you host your WordPress images on cloud using a fast CDN all free of cost. The service automatically uploads, normalize, optimize and back up all your WordPress site images to its cloud and makes you free from messing around with image editors; Cloudinary can manipulate and transform your images online on-the-fly and you can manage everything directly from your WordPress admin area dashboard; resulting images are cached, optimized and delivered using a fast content delivery network (CDN).
Sometimes when you get worried that some of your comment links on your WordPress site might harm your websitereputation, when you find any comment links like spam etc but you don’t want to delete them then in that case the easiest think you can do is add nofollow to your comment links. This is easy but most of the plugins offer you adding nofollow or dofollow in bulk and this creates problem when you want to add link relationship by yourself.
Editorial Calendar is a powerful and free WordPress plugin that makes it possible for you to see all of your blog posts and manage them via dragdrop feature.This plugin makes it easy for you to manage and schedule your blog posts.
Sometimes you want your website member to get automatically redirected to a given page after he logs-in or out. For Example: If you don’t want to show WordPress login page after your user logs-out from your website. Whatsoever may be the reason, here we are discussing about a powerful WordPress plugin that allows you to redirect your users to apage of your like as they login or logout. This plugin is powerful enough to satisfy all your wired demands.
All Posts page in WordPress admin area contains a list of all your blog posts from all categories, all authors, even drafts and other posts statuses. You can organize your posts better in admin area by assigning different colors to your posts based on their authors, categories etc.
Hide unnecessary items from WordPress backend. Make dashboard simple for clients so that they won’t get confused with many options which actually they don’t need.
For WordPress tags, default is fine but when it comes to categories and when you have a lot of categories in your blog then for selecting any category you have to scroll down and look after it but now by using a WordPress plugin you can make it simple. It filters your blog’s categories as soon you type a few beginning words of the category you like to use in your post and shows you the related categories, you simply click your category and that’s all. Just like Google and Facebook (now Twitter also) search suggestions.
If you are getting bored of default admin area interface of WordPress or you want to try new looks of WordPress dashboard then here are few good working dashboard themes. Mostly all dashboard themes comes in the form of plugin so you need to install them from Plugins-> Add New option in your dashboard.
Magazi Admin Theme is a a clean, minimalistic WordPress administration theme (visible in your WordPress Dashboard) quickly adds a CSS file to your administration area.