The Tweet plugin does two things; it rewrite Twitter usernames starting with @ and hashtags starting with # so that they automatically link to either the Twitter userpage or the Twitter searchpage. Very usefull for any modern blogger, but especially if you import your top tweets from your Twitter account into your blog … Judging by the ‘empty’ links above; it works a bit too well!
Yesterdays plugin worked almost perfectly, but our editor was still seeing a few menu items he wasn’t supposed to. We used the Admin Menu Editor to change permissions needed for those menu items, thus making them disappear from the menu.
It’s typical for plugins to have their options under the Options or Extra menu items, but with a too low capabilities. We changed the edit_pages capability to manage_options so that only administrators could see them. The Admin Menu Editor plugin is also very handy for rearranging menu items and for renaming them.
WordPress‘ post excerpt is by default nothing more than a shortened plain text version of your posts content and sometimes that can be too limiting. Enter Advanced Excerpt to give you full control over the excerpt; allow certain HTML tags, adjust the length by word or character count, add your own read-more text, etc.
During the development of a website you might need to change the sizes of your thumbnails to match designs change, unfortunately your thumbnails won’t automatically resize and that’s when this plugin comes in handy. With one click of a button (and a cup of coffee later) your thumbnails will be … regenerated.
This plugin does exactly what it says: it will resize images at upload. Works great when uploaders have a tendency to upload multimegapixel images directly from their camera 😉 We prefer a maximum size of 1280 pixels.
Download it here; wordpress.org/extend/plugins/resize-at-upload-plus/