Here is a list of plugins that I have reviewed some of which are being used on this website.
The plan would be to have all posts that have a common category, display on a page.
This page, being about plugins should display the posts that have the “plugin” category.
Let People Stay in touch
This is important for any website. If you want to have a visitor that has come to your site and liked it, you need to give them a way to come back. They can of course, bookmark your site. but there are other ways…
Giving your Visitor the means to “subscribe” either by an RSS Feed or by simply filling in a form, is a great way to keep in touch with your visitors. You should definitely give them the opportunity.
There are a number of ways to do this…
Doing a Search for “subscription” in the Plugins- Add New Search Box reveals a number of contenders.
The most common ways for people to subscribe to a blog and its content are through RSS, Email and Twitter. This plugin places three matching icons in a widget area and lets users enter their own feed URLs. It’s really simple but there’s lots of power under the hood.
Offers an attractive range of subscription options for your readers using familiar-looking icons.
By freedimensional.This plugin gives your visitor the ability to subscribe to your…
- RSS Feed,
- FeedBurner Account
- Twitter Account (I’m in the process of adding one for Sokule.) UPDATE – I have successfully added SoKule to the widget.
The Following Plugins are under review.
|Subscribe to Double-Opt-In Comments||3.6||English
Allows readers to receive notifications of new comments that are posted to an entry, with double-opt-in Feature.
First, the user will get an e-mail with a confirmation link, after the user has confirmed the subscription, he or she will be noticed about new comments.
Plugin based on Mark Jaquith “Subscribe to Comments”.
More information on my blog: sjmp.de.
Language support: English, Ge… By Tobias Koelligan.