If you used Wordpress 2.6/2.7 and upgraded to the 2.8 series, you'll notice that your admin plugins page has lost its personality.
"Where did that awesome green active plugins color go? I can't tell which plugins are activated or deactivated!"
Hence the genesis of this small and nifty plugin.
If you're not using WP 2.8+, you don't need this plugin!
WordPress 3.0 is cool like Thelonius Monk, but for super administrators coming from WordPress MU, if you head on over to the plugins page, you'll notice something missing.
Network (or sitewide) plugins are now merged into the entire...
The easiest way to share your favorite content from sites like YouTube, Flickr, Hulu and more on your BuddyPress network.
oEmbed for BuddyPress utilizes WordPress' own oEmbed class, so by default, you can share content from the...
A proof-of-concept using BuddyPress' built-in activity streams as discussion forums. Not available yet. Stay tuned.
Do you, or your users, find having 2 navigation elements a bit confusing? This plugin aggregates all Buddypress directory and WordPress menu items into the BP Adminbar, and provides several user configuration options so you can customize your new...
It's the same oEmbed functionality you know and love from your WP 2.9 post editor, now enabled for comments!
Your comments can now embed content from the following sites:
This plugin overrides display names across your BuddyPress site with usernames. The plugin will make your BP install more intuitive and user-friendly when using the @mentions feature.
This plugin requires...
By default, any member on your BuddyPress site is allowed to send private messages to anyone in your userbase.
This plugin only allows friends and site administrators to send private messages. Thus, acting as another deterrent from...
Like Twitter, the BuddyPress Followers plugin adds the ability to "follow" users on your BuddyPress site.
However, by default, any member on your BuddyPress site is allowed to send private messages to anyone in your...