Make your emotions an integral part of your site with Empathy.
New in 1.0.3
Uninstalling Empathy now removes user-specific settings.
Empathy now prevents you from mistakenly adding an existing emotion. Form information is maintained if an error occurs when attempting to add an emotion.
Includes updated.POT file for translations.
Your Emotions: Canned mood lists are a thing of the past; with Empathy's emotion taxonomy you can create exactly the moods and emotions that fit you. And because Empathy utilizes WordPress' own Taxonomy API, each emotion can have it's own unique descriptions, post counts, archive pages (allowing users to browse your posts by emotion), and site feeds (allowing users to subscribe to your emotions).
Your Themes: Empathy's emotion theme manager allows you to create, edit, and manage any number of themes for your emotions, each with it's own unique imagery (in gif, jpg, png, or swf format). Authors can select a unique theme to use for their own emotions or stick with the active theme and specify a current emotion to display on their author archive page.
Your Rules: Empathy's emotion widgets, shortcodes, and site-integration settings allow you to start using it immediately, without having to hack template tags into your existing theme. If hacking themes is your thing, though, Empathy has a complete set of new template tags for displaying and working with your emotions.