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A widget that displays a different hadith a day…
Plugin for use by Pagely Resellers. Allows resellers to accept new hosting orders on a https:// enabled site. This is in beta. Your mileage may vary…
BlackMesa is a graphically intense theme with alternating, semitransparent headline-boxes, parallax moving backgrounds and beautiful text styles. Picturesque…
Easy to use menu system that allows for modifications of the main menu including linking to internal posts, pages, categories as well as external site….
This Plugin helps to write WordPress , in it’s correct spelling, by chageing the wrong one’s to right ones….
BlackMesa is a graphically intense theme with alternating, semitransparent headline-boxes, parallax moving backgrounds and beautiful text styles. Picturesque is an elegant photoblogging theme that emphasizes your photography
WP Easy Gallery is an easy to use WordPress Gallery Plugin…
Last month, we asked, how often do you blog? The responses were spread out quite a bit, with 28% blogging 1 to 3 times a month, 26% blogging every day, 24% blogging 1 to 3 times a week, 13% blogging 4 to 6 times a week, and 8% blogging less than once a month.
This plugin was created to help streamline the process of getting designs (or photos) approved by clients….
Add multiple polls to your website. Automatically popup new polls in an ajax window if a user has not yet seen that poll….
New plugins Polylang – Simple Google Connect compatibility ensures smooth operation when both Polylang and Simple Google Connect are active. Pushover Notifications allows your WordPress blog to send push notifications for events happening on your blog straight to your iOS/Android device.
Last month, we asked, what do you blog for?
Now imagine if this was all controlled by a simple WordPress plugin? Well, it seems this is exactly something Mike Lantz has concocted