A new approach to adding toggles to your site, using a custom post type to store all of the content, and then a button or shortcode to output it on your site as a tab, toggle button, or accordion.
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.
Create responsive columns in WordPress posts and pages using a GUI in the WYSIWYG editor with some very simple markup. Settings to customize output.
Every header in WordPress posts will have a unique ID tag added to it, so that it can be easily linked to using a hashtag URL format. There will also be inline links for easy bookmarking.
Take the oEmbed functionality of WordPress and make it automatically responsive. It uses the Iframely API so there is support for literally hundreds of link types, including YouTube, Vimeo, TED, and more.
Embed a variety of filetypes (PDF, DOC, CSV, etc.) right in the browser using the Google Viewer API. Embed documents with a shortcode or an extra button in the WYSIWYG Editor.
Easily create polls on your WordPress posts and pages, and put them anywhere with a shortcode. The plugin can be as robust as you need it to be, and provides plenty of options for expanding the functionality and customizing your polls.
Add Google Maps to your pages with a shortcode or template tag. Has several customizable parameters, and supports the latest static maps API with directions, multiple maps, different map types and KML imports.
Integrate your comments from the Disqus comments service into WordPress. You can moderate and control comments from your Disqus account, and automatically sync, import or export comments that already exist in WordPress. The plugin will store your comments in your database automatically.
Use Facebook comments on your WordPress install. Settings are available to customize the way the comments look and add them to any post or page automatically or with a shortcode.
View your page at different screen sizes right within your browser window automatically. Just chose the size you want to test your site at, or see them all at once, using a drop-down menu in your admin bar.