WordPress Plugins & Tutorials: Your Pick


Depending on your needs and professional skills, the choice of an optimal weblog engine can be quite time-consuming. There are many options, and selecting the best engine, you should know exactly what you’d like to have and which level of flexibility you’d like to achieve.

Among dozens of options, WordPress1 remains the most popular weblog engine out there. It is simple, powerful, extensible and flexible. There are literally thousands of plugins, themes, tutorials and related articles describing the ways to optimize WordPress for publisher’s needs and achieve the best possible performance of the blog.

You know them, because you use them and because you’ve searched for them once you needed them. In this post we’d like to give you an opportunity to share your knowledge and help us to create the essential list of WordPress life-savers – plug-ins, ideas, tips and useful tutorials you need to have ready to hand developing web-sites upon WordPress.

Wordpress Plugins and Tutorials: Essential Lifesavers

Begin: Date: 29.06.2007. Time: 08:00:00 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) / 14:00 CEST (Central European Summer Time).

End: Date: 30.06.2007. Time: 08:00:00 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) / 14:00 CEST (Central European Summer Time).

Folks, it’s your turn now. You have 24 hours.

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Submit your best suggestions in comments. Please share one or more life-savers you use permanently using our comment form. Select the best ones, the ones you really couldn’t live without. Please provide the URL, the problem it solves and a brief description of the tool.

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WordPress Functional Plugins

  • Include AdSense and YPN ads automatically. AdSense-Deluxe2 offers advanced options for managing the automatic insertion of Google AdSense or Yahoo Publisher Network (YPN) ads to your WordPress posts. (TheBlogJoint.com81757146163)
  • Use a lightbox. Lightbox 2.04 overlay images on the current page for WordPress. You can turn it on and all images are now working with it. This version of lightbox – Lightbox version 2.0 uses Prototype JavaScript Framework and Scriptaculous Effects Library. (Yehia Nada48115)
  • Use an instant comments editor. WP Ajax Edit Comments6 allows users and admins alike to edit comments on a post. Users can edit their own comments for a period specified by the admin, and admins can edit all post comments. What better way to show reader appreciation than letting the readers edit their own typos? (AJ7)
  • Use a code cleaner. HTML Purified8 will not only remove all malicious code (better known as XSS) with a thoroughly audited, secure yet permissive whitelist, it will also make sure your documents are standards compliant, something only achievable with a comprehensive knowledge of W3C’s specifications. (Edward Z. Jang9)
  • Use an audio-player. Audioplayer10 makes it very easy to play mp3 files within your posts. (Yehia Nada48115)
  • Use an enhanced admin interface. Admin Drop-Down Menu12 transforms admin menu in a quick drop-down menu; you can reach any admin page in one click, instead of first clicking on the first level link (”Manage” for example) and then only on a submenu link (”Comments“). (ozh4413)
  • Use an enhanced comment form. PXS Mail Form14 creates a mail form with multipart verification, various messages and an auto redirect on successful send. It is much more easy to contact with website author. Alternative: Contact Form v2.015. (TheBlogJoint.com81757146163)
  • Use a post star rating. Post Star Rating enables users to rate posts of your weblog.
  • Use a search-and-replace tool. Search Regex17 adds a powerful set of search and replace functions to WordPress. These go beyond the standard searching capabilities, and allow you to search and replace almost any data stored on your site. In addition to simple searches you have the full power of PHP’s regular expressions at your disposal. (Sassan)
  • Use a spam-filter to prevent spam in your comments. Spam Karma 2 Akismet Plugin18 is a standard solution for preventing spam comments. (Cory Miller975319)
  • Use a stylesheet switcher. CSS Ajax Switcher20 combines the power of Server Side processing and DOM scripting to swap style sheets on the fly with the power of Ajax. If JavaScript? is disabled – UDASSS degrades gracefully to improve your website accessibility. Needless to say, it is very sexy indeed. (Dan Cameron4021)
  • Use a tagging system. Simple Tagging is a smart, quick and powerful tagging plugin with high performance and low server requirements.
  • Use and control RSS subscription in a smart way.. Feedburner Plugin4122. Forwards all feed traffic to Feedburner while letting through some important User-Agents. (Andreas4223)
  • Use caching to reduce the server usage. WP-Cache 2.024 an extremely efficient WordPress page caching system to make your site much faster and responsive. It works by caching Worpress pages and storing them in a static file for serving future requests directly from the file rather than loading and compiling the whole PHP code and then building the page from the database. (Brian25)
  • Use CAPTCHA to prevent spam. Anti-Spam Image Plugin26 works perfectly with users who have cookies disabled, users can pick random words to display. Alternative: reCAPTCHA27. (redwall-hp663528, Max29)
  • Use maths to prevent spam. Anti-Spam Image Plugin30 asks the visitor making the comment to answer a simple math question. This is intended to prove that the visitor is a human being and not a spam robot. (Tobbi3331)
  • Use validation to prevent trackback spam. Simple Trackback Validation32 performs simple but very effective tests on all incoming trackbacks in order to stop trackback spam. (Tobbi3331)
  • Use comments subscription for your posts. Subscribe to Comments34 is a robust plugin that enables commenters to sign up for e-mail notification of subsequent entries. The plugin includes a full-featured subscription manager that your commenters can use to unsubscribe to certain posts, block all notifications, or even change their notification e-mail address! (redwall-hp663528)
  • Use feeds to write posts in a smart way. WP-o-Matic36 allow you to create posts automatically from feeds. With its simple interface, you just type in the feed url, select in which categories you want to create the posts, and you’re ready to go. (Charlie Park37)
  • Use head meta tags for search engines. Head-Meta Description38 provides an automatic meta description tag for your blog, inserting a dynamic description depending on the query-type (i.e. page you’re on). Some search engines are supposed to love this tag, so I guess we should, too.
  • Use the search functionality. Search Everything39 adds search functionality with little setup. Including options to search pages, attachments, drafts, comments and custom fields (metadata). (Dan Cameron4021)
  • Provide an enhanced RSS-feed.. Feedburner Plugin4122. Forwards all feed traffic to Feedburner while letting through some important User-Agents. (Andreas4223)
  • Create and manage Custom Fields on the fly. Better Feed43 allows you to enhance your feeds with several highly customisable features. (ozh4413)
  • Create archives in a smart and sexy way. Extended Live Archives45 implements a dynamic, AJAXified way of digging into the archives of a blog. (TheBlogJoint.com81757146163)
  • Create data backups on the fly. WordPress Database Backup47 setups your backups to occur at almost any imaginable frequency. (Yehia Nada48115)
  • Create various profiles for your users. Role Manager allows you to define and manage multiple subscriber profiles – called Roles and their Capabilities. Also you can create new Roles and Capabilities. (Saioa49)
  • Define and execute your own functions in your posts. Code Markup makes it easy to include program code samples in your posts. You can even include HTML markup in the code sample; Code Markup magically knows which characters should be displayed as code and which should be rendered as HTML. (Dan50)
  • Execute php-commands in your posts. Exec-PHP51. The Exec-PHP plugin allows <?php ?> tags inside the content or excerpt of your posts and pages to be executed just as in usual PHP files.
  • Generate Google Sitemaps automatically. Google Sitemaps Generator52 generates a XML-Sitemap compliant sitemap of your WordPress blog. This format is supported by Google, YAHOO and MSN Search. XML-Sitemaps can help you to get indexed by the major search engines. (Cory Miller975319)

Displaying Data with WordPress

  • You can display popular posts. Popularity contest54 lets you automatically highlight your best posts to your readers. It keeps a count of your post, category and archive views, comments, trackbacks, etc. and uses them to determine which of your posts are most popular. (Staska5755)
  • You can stick a post. Adhesive56 allows you to easily mark certain posts as “Sticky”. Sticky posts appear at the top of the page when WordPress displays several posts. (Staska5755)
  • You can help landing users find what they need. Landing sites 1.358 highlights search queries users were using in search engines to find your site. When visitors is referred to your site from a search engine, they are definitely looking for something specific – often they just roughly check the page they land on and then closes the window if what they are looking for isn’t there. Why not help them by showing them related posts to their search on your blog? (TheBlogJoint.com59)
  • You can use enhanced pagination. WP-PageNavi60. This plugin adds a more advanced paging navigation your WordPress blog. Example: Pages (17): [1] 2 3 4 » … Last ». (Chris7977686461)
  • You can show similar and related posts. Similar Posts62. This plugin displays a list of posts which are related or similar to the current post. Alternative: Related entries63. (Chris7977686461)
  • You can create archives in a smart way. Smart Archives for WordPress65 will allow you to display your archives in a much “cleaner” format. You can see it in action on my archives page. You’ll notice that everything on the page is hyperlinked (years, months, posts) and that all of the respective links are future-proofed. (redwall-hp663528)
  • You can create footnotes in your blog posts automatically. WP Footnotes67 lets you create footnotes in your blog “on the fly”. Also paginated posts are supported. (Chris7977686461)
  • You can create sidenotes automatically. fQuick69 enables the user to add small custom quicklinks to the sidebar. With RSS feed for easy syndication. Tutorial70. lets you create footnotes in your blog “on the fly”. Also paginated posts are supported. (TheBlogJoint.com81757146163)
  • You can have more control over title presentation. Optimal Title72 mirrors the function of wp_title() exactly, but moves the position of the ’separator’ to after the title rather than before. This allows you to have your blog name tacked on to the end of the page title instead of having it appear first.
  • You can enhance WordPress as a CMS. CMS Enabling Plugins73: WordPress contains almost all the features you need to get it going as a CMS out of the box. However, you’ll find that there are a few things missing that make up the final pieces of the puzzle. Here’s an overview of the five most useful plugins I’ve found, and the part they play in making WordPress a butt-kicking CMS. (Jim)
  • You can use sIFR for your headlines. CG-FlashyTitles74 a drop-in Plugin for sIFR 2.0 Flash-based title replacements. (TheBlogJoint.com81757146163)
  • You can show your favourite books automatically. Now Reading76 allows you to maintain a virtual library of books. Display which you’ve read, which you’re currently reading, and which you plan to read; add metadata to describe them; write reviews detailing what you thought of them. (Chris7977686461)
  • You can show your current events automatically. Event Calendar78 lets you manage future events as an online calendar. Display upcoming events in a dynamic calendar, on a listings page, or as a list in the sidebar. (Chris7977686461)
  • You can use gravatars in your comments. Gravatars80 adds an author’s icon functionality in comments. (TheBlogJoint.com81757146163)
  • You can use podcasts in your posts. Podpress82: all-singing, all-dancing podcasting tool for WordPress. (jay mcdonald)

WordPress Tutorials

  • Separate users’ comments and admin’s comments.
    Comment Styling in WordPress83 and How-to style WordPress author comments84. In the default of most themes, all comments look the same. There have been ways of changing the appearance before using plugins and hacks – and this is more of the same. Hopefully though it’ll give you some extra flexibility.
  • Paginate your articles.
    Styling Page-Links85. Did you know you could split a single post up into different web pages? Using the Next-Page Quicktag from the Write Post Panel, you can break a single post up into different web pages.
  • Use time stamps.
    How to Take Full Advantage of Your Post Timestamp86. In WordPress you can set the date for something into the future—think of it as a dorky sort of time travel—so that you can write (if you wanted to) weeks worth of posts in an afternoon. WordPress will “update” your blog by posting your content at the time you specify each day. Here’s how to do it. (Ryan Imel87)
  • Use comment highlighting.
    Author Comment Highlighting88 and Author Highlighting Through Theme Options89 provide information about styling author’s comments.

Resources, articles

WordPress Ideas

  • “Change the Permalinks Structure – I use this format … /%category%/%postname%/ … I use the category slug so I can optimize my post titles with keywords that I won’t or don’t include in post titles. My friend Brian Gardner puts a .htm also at the end, which I’m experimenting with as well. My theory is that in search results some people might see the .htm and think there’s actual content in that link. Jury’s still out on that one.” (Cory Miller975319)


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  1. 1

    Superb article friend…

    Wishing you to add more articles like this!!!

  2. 102

    Nice post friend!!

  3. 203

    Wow, quite a comprehensive list of plugins. Much appreciated…

  4. 304

    Another excellent list! Definitely bookmarked yet again :)

  5. 405

    Wow another killer post from smashingmagazine.

  6. 506

    I think “HeadSpace2″ is an indispensable plugin – allows you to add and configure metadata tags both sitewide and for individual posts.
    “nextGen” seems to be the best image administration plugin – ifind however the flash slideshow disappointing you need to go for “Highslide” (but don’t use the plugin, configure it manually) – actually I’d like to find a way of showing images that isn’t flash…
    “TinyMceadvanced” soups up the editor and gives additional coding possibilities.

  7. 607

    whats the comment plugin which SM using?

  8. 708

    Can anyone recommend a decent tool tip plugin?

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    Nori Silverrage

    May 29, 2009 9:07 am

    Good post, but it’d be nice if it was updated… For the related post the best one currently is YARPP: http://mitcho.com/code/yarpp/
    Sticky is included in WP 2.7 and adhesive wasn’t being updated anyway. For caching the best is WP Super Cache: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/

    So yeah, thats about it.

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    I created a small tutorial/tip/trick please have a look at it.

    2 Best Social Bookmarking Plugins for WordPress 2.8


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    Kathryn Callahan

    August 18, 2009 9:39 pm

    This is a very helpful site that I can make use of. I have bookmarked this in case I want to browse this information. I would need it anytime soon.

    From carhireireland.com

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    if you want turn wordpress to real CMS
    so you should go for Pods plugin

    the main advantage of Pods over other CMS plugins that Pods allow you to create a new content type and save it in separate database table
    instead of hacking blog posts trying to turn them to new content type using WP Custom Fields which have many limitations and confusions to separate them from other posts

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    I suggest to use free PHP IDE Codelobster PHP Edition with special WordPress plug-in.

  16. 1516

    Bookmarked this. Thanksgiving owing to you against sharing. Undoubtedly worth my time.

  17. 1617

    Hey, you have a great blog here! I’m definitely going to bookmark you! Thank you for your info.And this is sexy tips site/blog. It pretty much covers sexy related stuff. i love you

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    the above information is extremly essential……

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    Hi, I found cool flash photo galleries plugin for WordPress. Named GRAND Flash Album Gallery – multi category flash skin based photo gallery with powerful admin. I used it in my blog. There are so many different settings. You can adjust the color scheme for your blog as you wish. There are many different skins. You can present your photo gallery in a wonderful way, there is a full-screen mode. This is a very cool plugin.

  20. 1920

    Another suggestion, along with the ones already provided above, is AllWebMenus WordPress Menu Addin (tool for making menus for my WP site).

    If interested, you can take a look at:

  21. 2021

    Some of you may be aware of the new Google Web Fonts API. This is something I have wanted for some time now.

    I just wrote a WordPress Plugin that makes it easy to use Google Web Fonts from within the WordPress admin panel. It’s my first plugin, it’s free, and doesn’t put any junk on your website. I made if for everyone to use, and will be adding many more features to it in the future. I’d love to see it featured here, if you think it may be of use to your readers.

    Hope you like it – http://easywebcoder.com/wordpress-plugins/google-web-fonts/

    I welcome any feedback.

    Jeff Sebring

    **Note – Many of the fonts in the Google Font Directory are currently inactive. I think they may have rolled it out early for Google I/O, but I’m sure it will grow quickly.

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    I found it really amazing…
    Thanks contributors.

  23. 2223

    very informative
    i’m really interested with your post

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    Irmany of the fonts in the Google Font Directory are currently inactive.

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    Benedito do Oliveira

    August 13, 2010 2:08 am

    Parabéns a toda a equipe do blog. são todos abençoados.

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    This is a great article and a great website. I liked it very much. It will help me to optimise my websites in europe. I have website in travel and that meens a lot of seo work !!

    Thanks a lot and greetings,


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    for the home page featured slider i will suggest wordpress content slide having options to display custom images also images from posts.

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    You’ve got great stuff here and very informative indeed.

    I recommmend these plugins too: 7 plugins that improves your wordpress blog site’s Security and SEO

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    Hello, I would like to make the facebook like button visible at posts excerpts both in archives and categories as well as in the homepage, as you have it in your blog. Could you help me with this? Maybe write a new post explaining the steps?

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    check this resource as well.

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    Heftig! Sowas hätte ich niemals gedacht ;-)

  32. 3132

    Thanks so much! I’m using many of these plugins as of now!

  33. 3233

    really nice article buddy. very helpful. i can upgrade this little just vsit me on http://leadtoworld.com/. thank’s


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