Upgrade the pagination in your WordPress install with a single line of code. You can edit the text of next and previous links, customize what is shown and tweak it's output.
View which template each page in your WordPress install is using right in the "All Pages" dashboard, in a separate column and without having to use the page editor.
Adds the appropriate metadata to your WordPress posts and pages so that authors can connect Google+ profiles to posts for better SEO. Supports multiple authors.
Add a link on your admin bar which gives you a list to "All ..." listings, for posts, pages media and any custom post types you have installed.
Set up events in a custom post type, with details such as time, date and details of event. Then, use a shortcode to add an AJAX-enabled, simplistic calendar to posts or pages.
Get a running list of MySQL queries on each page using a link in your admin bar. Groups queries together by different parameters and troubleshoot performance issues and errors.
Get a list of any updates made on your WordPress sites, including login attempts, new posts and pages, plugin activity and more. Filter activity based on action type.
Spellcheck used to be bundled with After the Deadline, before it became part of Jetpack. This plugin is a fork of that functionality to add it back to your WYSIWYG editor and can be customized for each user.
Associate posts with media attachments and metadata, then output this data in your theme files using an extensive API with several functions and a custom Loop.
Add a notice to any plugin in your WordPress install. That notice will be displayed to any person trying to update or delete the plugin. Good for installs with multiple users with admin access.
Get full control over your XML sitemaps, used by Google and other search engines to crawl and index your site. Support for multisite, multiple taxonomies and optional Google News add-on.
Change basic settings on the back-end and front-end such as removing the admin bar, remove header links, disable notifications and even get rid of the WordPress version link.