Get Author Profile is a pretty basic WordPress plugin that lets you manually access an author's (i.e. user's) profile. The main purpose is to let you provide author information outside The Loop, such as for a sidebar intro of the blog owner or to list contributors to your blog.
Once upon a time, Ostrich came to the edge of the River.
"I want to get across the River," said Ostrich ... (more...)
Phil Ringnalda was good enough to link to a recent post of mine, and now I repay the gesture (besides, how could I pass up ... (more...)
Monkeys Pay to See Female Monkey Bottoms. I assume that's male monkeys coughing up the cash for some booty, but then one can never ... (more...)
Get-a-Post is a WordPress plugin that allows you specify a post or Page (but just one) to be displayed. This can, for example, let you provide an informational note on your sidebar or front page, or a "static" article at the top of a category page or in a custom template, all the while using standard WordPress template tags to decide how it's displayed.
Add Link Attribute is a WordPress plugin that lets you insert your own HTML tag attributes into (assumedly any) template function-generated links, without the need to rewrite those functions directly. Just use it in place of -- or rather, along with -- the specific template function.
Yeah, look at the cute...that is to say, the strange...uh, yeah.
Caught in a getup like that, ... (more...)
When they say "that's the last time I'll ever do that," it's almost never the last time they do it.
I predict I'll be shoveling snow all day tomorrow. ALL day. I hate being able to look into the future.
W-P is a WordPress plugin. And an extremely fixated one at that, for its purpose is simple: fix typical mistypes of the word "WordPress" in posts and comments (it now does more than that, and can be customized with your own words; see the update). So if you *accidentally* write it as Wordpress, or wordpress, or even WoRdPrEsS, it sets things right. Yes, not an extremely "helpful" plugin---at least not in any real sense of that word.
I've put together some WordPress plugins over the past few months, but haven't posted anything on them (most were just described and linked on the WordPress wiki or my personal projects page). But the silence has ended. The one I'm on about here is a work in progress: Next-Previous Post IM(a)G(e), a small (ok, not all that small) redo of the WordPress next and previous post template tags, to allow images as links.