» Joel Pan (url)
A plugin to wrap acronyms in posts and comments with appropriate acronyms. Allows users to manage lists of acronyms through admin interface. Based on Joel Bennett’s Acronym Replacer plugin (http://www.huddledmasses.org/) and Joel Pan’s NP_Acronym plugin for Nucleus CMS.
» Automattic (url)
Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from comment and trackback spam. It keeps your site protected from spam even while you sleep. To get started: 1) Click the “Activate” link to the left of this description, 2) Sign up for an Akismet API key, and 3) Go to your Akismet configuration page, and save your API key.
All in one Favicon 4.3
» Arne Franken (url)
All in one Favicon management. Easily add a Favicon to your site and the WordPress admin pages. Complete with upload functionality. Supports all three Favicon types (ico,png,gif)
Comment Reply Notification 1.4
» denishua (url)
When a reply is made to a comment the user has left on the blog, an e-mail shall be sent to the user to notify him of the reply. This will allow the users to follow up the comment and expand the conversation if desired. 评论回复通知插件, 当评论被回复时会email通知评论的作者.
» TruthMedia Internet Group (url)
The FormBuilder plugin allows the administrator to create contact forms of a variety of types for use on their WordPress blog. The FormBuilder has built-in spam protection and can be further protected by installing the Akismet anti-spam plugin. Uninstall instructions can be found here. Forms can be included on your pages and posts either by selecting the appropriate form in the dropdown below the content editing box, or by adding them directly to the content with [formbuilder:#] where # is the ID number of the form to be included.
Lightbox Plus ColorBox 2.6
» Dan Zappone (url)
Lightbox Plus ColorBox implements ColorBox as a lightbox image overlay tool for WordPress. ColorBox was created by Jack Moore of Color Powered and is licensed under the MIT License.
Maintenance Mode 5.4
» Michael Wöhrer (url)
Adds a splash page to your blog that lets visitors know your blog is down for maintenance. Logged in administrators get full access to the blog including the front-end. Navigate to Settings → Maintenance Mode to get started.