Create tiny chunks of reusable content, including text, forms, and PHP code, and then add them to posts or pages with a shortcode or TinyMCE button.
Automatically change the filenames of uploaded images based on titles and easily edit images to have logical and meaningful names.
Track users and pageviews on your WordPress site and view them from a dashboard in the WordPress admin, stored in your own database.
Set an interval of time between each one of your posts and make sure that there is a proper time interval between each one.
Redirect a user anywhere on your site after they login, and customize rules for each user or user role or with advanced settings.
Easily customize the WordPress login screen, add your own logo, change the color and typography, and upload a custom background image.
Moderate new users coming to your site, so you have to manually approve each user, via email or within the settings screen, that signs up.
Specify a maximum size for images uploaded to WordPress. If any image exceeds that size, it will automatically scale it down, on the fly.
The WordPress admin can be customized in all sorts of ways. Tweak the front-end and back-end settings for admin users.
Bundle together a collection of plugins from WP.org and around the web, then install them all at once automatically on your site.
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.