Add snippets of code or custom shortcodes by adding code samples in your admin panel. A basic templating language allows you to specify where variables should be inserted into code, and adds a button to TinyMCE to add snippets to posts.
Add Testimonials to your site using a custom post type with specific custom fields. Testimonials can be added to WordPress using a shortcode, a built-in widget or template tags.
If you are developing a WordPress theme, you need to make sure that your theme is compliant with the Theme Review Guidelines. This plugin automatically checks to make sure your theme is up to spec. in your admin panel.
Keep track of which comments have been replied to right from your admin panel. A new row will appear in your comments admin section that indicates whether or not it has been replied to, or it is from the post author.
Add slideshows to your site using the jQuery cycle plugin. Pick from several different transitions, and organize slides into multiple slideshows. Add them to your posts or pages with a shortcode, function or widget.
Places a button in your admin bar that gives you troubleshooting information for each page that you are on, including PHP Errors, SQL queries, HTTP Requests and a full server rundown. Develop WordPress sites faster and more efficiently, with all of your debugging info in one place.
Add redirects to your site, either on a post by post basis using a metabox provided at the bottom of your post editor, or using the Quick 301 Redirects feature for any page or directory. Global override options are also available and customizable.
Improves search automatically by building a more comprehensive index then WordPress out of the box. Options to customize what gets included in the index, caching options, and fine-tuned control, and works with existing search forms.
Manage your posts using a calendar interface. Easily drag posts from one day to another, schedule your drafts and view all of your upcoming and past posts in a full page calendar layout.
Hide your entire WordPress site behind password protection. Any users visiting your site will be greeted by a login page which prompts them for a password that you specify.
Add a simple "Scroll to Top" button to the bottom right of every one of your posts. There are three styles to chose from, and everything is kept very lightweight. Typography and colors are inherited from your theme styles.