The WordPress admin can be customized in all sorts of ways. Tweak the front-end and back-end settings for admin users.
In WordPress, some plugins will try to place their menu at the top of the admin. Menu Humility pushes these menu items to the bottom, where they belong.
Bundle together a collection of plugins from WP.org and around the web, then install them all at once automatically on your site.
Really hope you dig Tidy Repo, I have a blast putting it all together.
I've set up a few ways to get updates and see what's new in the Repo. Why not follow along? I promise, I won't annoy you too much and I'd really appreciate it.
Gives you full control over every aspect of your events list and calendar. Just add events and everything is output automatically.
Easily point a 404 error page on your WordPress site to any page or link, even one not on your site, with a simple text box.
Link any WordPress post or page to an external URL, with a simple textbox, even outside of your site in a new tab.
Add Google Analytics stats to your WordPress admin in strategic locations so you can view contextual stats without ever having to leave WordPress.
Set up a private client section of your website where you can store pages, file downloads, and push information to, personalized for each user.
Automatically add an excerpt instead of full content to your homepage and archive pages and customize the output size and look.
Easily give your users the opportunity to like or follow you on Facebook, Twitter or Google+ on WordPress to reveal a download link.