Just a collection of various links to other sites of cool things that can be accomplished with WordPress.
Hide Post Plugin – A WordPress plugin that protect a part of your blog posts (maybe links, images or texts), that only registered and logged in members can see it. Simply put your content to be hidden with [ protect] and [ /protect]. A custom-able text will display when a guest see the protected content, like “Please Login or Register to view this post”.
WordPress Hack Choose your own password – Core hacks to wp-login.php file so when a user registers, they get to make their own password.
Windows AD and Intranet Site – Not quite a plugin or a WordPress resource per se, but an important article which helped me make sub domain WordPress MU function on an internal web server.
RSS Thumbnail Gallery – Kinda like Snap, but less annoying and doesn’t require users to mouse over to see the content.
Home and Main Menu – Addresses the issue with wp_list_pages and Home.
Writing a WordPress MU Plugin – Cool article.
Custom Field GUI – Self explanatory and quite useful…
WordPress Filters – Usually forgotten by most people
Automating WordPress customizations – Neat way to do it via install.php
Sticky WordPress Plugin – Detailed directions on how to create a “featured” post section and making it sticky and making it expire after a certain amount of time.
Custom Image Header API – Allows users to add their own custom header image to a theme design.
Friendly Search URLs – How to use .htaccess to make friendly search URLs
WP Genki Pre-Publish Plugin – Allows you to put a pre-publish reminder note below the WYSIWYG editor
ImageManager – An image manager system that is compatible with both WordPress and WordPress Mu. Allows for resizing and croping of images and supports folders.
BrotherCake Docking Boxes – The WordPress iTheme’s sidebar used the BrotherCake Docking Boxes hacks to make the sidebar user customizable.
WPCandy – cool plugin that allows you to add snippets of text without having to constant retype it.
WPMU UserThemes – Allows users to make a copy of a theme and edit it with the Theme Editor
jQuery Plugin – Accordin, Autocomplete, Format, Tooltip, Treeview, and Validation
Default Pages & Content – WPMU; how to generate a default page when a new blog is created.
Create Cool rip pages for scrap books – Not quite a WP resource, but can be useful in developing layout designs. Unfortunately, only works on Windows.
WordPress How To Theme Options – Give users more customization control over your theme by offering them a Theme Options menu under Presentation.
How to organize posts into two side-by-side columns in WordPress – Great for making a news or magazine site.
Powerful CSS-Techniques for Effective Coding – Very cool article with a lot of great examples of the power of CSS!
Mastering Your WordPress Theme Hacks and Techniques – VERY GOOD post on various WordPress hacks and techniques
Publish RSS Feed on Your WordPress Site Without Plugins – This is a cool technique for pulling in RSS feeds without the need for a plugin. It uses the same functions as the Dashboard feed.
Paging and Custom WordPress Loops – How paging works.
Blueprint CSS Framework – A great framework for building websites without having to reinvent the wheel each time. Think of it as having rulers (grids) to assist you in leveling.
WordPress Login via ThickBox – Using jQuery you can activate a ThickBox for login into your WordPress
Simple Widgets. Widget 101. – I used this tutorial to create my ‘Simple Archives’ sidebar widget. It’s very straight to the point and perfect for adding a widget in which you’re trying to display some php queries or results.
WordPress Theme Generator – This online generator creates your own custom unique WordPress Theme. Without any need for HTML, JS, PHP, or CSS knowledge.
WordPress Theme Generator 2 – Same as above, but by another person.
Permalinks Migration Plugin – A great plugin that auto creates 301s (Permanent Redirects) when you change your permalinks structure so that you don’t lose PageRank or visitors.
How To Show Content For Specific Users in WordPress Templates – Title says it all.
Changing author on many posts after import WPMU – basically create the authors on the site you are trying to export so you don’t have to do it later.
Hiding ‘Custom Fields’ keys – Sometimes you have blank keys and don’t want the text field to appear.You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.