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.
Select any category from a drop-down menu and automatically assign a post as "sticky" on that category's archive page. Default styling for called out posts can be toggled on or off.
Check for broken links in your site, and list them all in one place. Make quick checks and fixes, and specify exactly where on your WordPress install to check and how often.
Use custom PHP or WordPress' built-in conditional tags in order to add logic to any widget in the admin screen. Code can be entered in a provided text box, and is automatically paired to the corresponding widget.
Adds drag and drop functionality to the featured image metabox in WordPress. Automatically replaces the default box on your post edit screen with a drag and drop box with a built-in file browser.
Create new branch of every post that you have and compare revisions, even between different authors. Then, you can merge together changes automatically. A good way to collaborate on and version control post editing.
Easily jump between common WordPress actions by typing a few words in an overlay text-box. You can navigate through menus, add a new post or search through your entire site with just a few keystrokes.
Make changes to the admin section that fits your brand. You can add your own logos, rearrange the menus for different users and generally alter the look and feel of the admin panels.
Add a help section to your WordPress admin, which you can add posts too using a custom post type. Create a reference document for clients that can be imported and synced between multiple installs.