If it is not clear by now – I love WordPress. I have been involved in documenting many, many web applications. One way I have found ease in this is using WordPress as the medium for the documentation. If this sounds interesting – check out this plugin called Private WordPress.
There are many times when you have to hide things in the WordPress admin.
This plugin is used to control WordPress admin interface. You can hide widgets administration or hide menu itens.
Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) gives you a list of posts and/or pages related to the current entry, introducing the reader to other relevant content on your site.
This is a great read from planetozh – I have to admint I’ve done at least 3 – maybe more. My favorite might be:
Now, having uninstall functions is not really something I consider a prerequisite or an absolute must have feature. It’s just a nice touch to know that the plugin will leave no trails in the database once the user will want to get rid of it.
Good luck – and add any more you can think of to my comments.
WordPress is very cool – but the RSS feeds have a few glictches now and then – this plugin called “Plug-in fix-rss-feed“.
A good feed can make or break your site – so make sure you subscribe to yours and see that it looks good in its native format.
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