Deprecated Enable WordPress to send e-mail via SMTP instead of via PHP's mail() function (aka sendmail).
NOTE: This plugin is no longer necessary as of WordPress 2.2 as SMTP was then built into WordPress. Please refer to my Configure SMTP for the successor to this plugin, which allows you to configure the SMTP settings, including sending e-mail via SSL/TLS (such as through GMail).
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Prevent WordPress from displaying single and double quotation marks as their curly alternatives.
Despite the unfortunately misleading name, this plugin is NOT the antithesis of WordPress's wptexturize() function. This ONLY prevents...
Allows for more existing custom field names to be listed in the dropdown selection field when writing a post.
By default, WordPress only allows 30 custom field names/keys to be listed in the dropdown selection 'Name' field when writing...
Use widgets or template tags to easily retrieve and control the display of any custom field values/meta data for posts or pages.
The power of custom fields gives this plugin the potential to be dozens of plugins all rolled into one.
Check if a file exists and return true/false or display a string containing information about the file.
If a format string is not passed to it, the function if_file_exists() returns a simple boolean (true or false) indicating if the...
Display image for each category associated with a post.
1. Upload to your plugins folder, usually wp-content/plugins/
2. Create category image (with .png extension unless you specify the extension in...
Allow multiple user accounts to be created from the same email address.
By default, WordPress only allows a single user account to be associated with a specific email address. This plugin removes that restriction.
Auto-hyperlink text URLs in post content and comment text to the URL they reference. Does NOT try to hyperlink already hyperlinked URLs. Improves WordPress's default make_clickable function, along with adding some configuration options.
Turn a string, list, or array of category IDs and/or slugs into a list of links to those categories.
These are all valid calls:
<?php linkify_categories(43); ?>
<?php linkify_categories("43"); ?>
NOTE: This plugin is no longer necessary as of WordPress 2.8 as this functionality is now built-in under the "Screen Options" slide-down menu.
Control the number of posts per page, pages per page, and comments per page that...