SSL Grins

SSL Grins provides smilies for your comment areas and is compatible with SSL Administration.


Alex King, Ronald Huereca, Mika Epstein 400+ active installs Tested with 4.7.5 Updated 8 months ago

TM Replace Howdy

Banish the "Howdy" greeting from the WordPress admin area with this simple to use plugin!


David Wood 1,000+ active installs Tested with 4.4.10 Updated 2 years ago

Font Emoticons

Replaces WordPress' smileys with font-based emoticons.


Sebastian Krysmanski 1,000+ active installs Tested with 4.2.15 Updated 2 years ago

WP Emo-ello

Fontello Emoticons can be inserted using either HTML, shortcode or a built-in TinyMCE plugin. This plugin also replaces WordPress' smileys.


viphat 40+ active installs Tested with 4.2.0 Updated 2 years ago

WP Grins Lite

WP Grins Lite provides smilies for your comment area.


Alex King and Ronald Huereca 90+ active installs Tested with 3.0.5 Updated 7 years ago

SimpleSmileyReplace

SimpleSmileyReplace is a plugin that checks for the existence of a images/smilies/ folder in a theme. If that folder exists, WordPress uses the smiley …


Christian Wagner Fewer than 10 active installs Tested with 4.0.18 Updated 3 years ago

WP eSmiler

WP eSmiler is an emoticon plug-in for setuping new smiley set in just one click.


Phong Thai Fewer than 10 active installs Tested with 3.0.5 Updated 7 years ago

WP Grins

WP Grins will provide clickable smilies for both the post form in the admin interface and the comments form of your blog.


Alex King 1,000+ active installs Tested with 2.1 Updated 10 years ago

WP Last Visit README

version 2.2, 2004-07-05

This hack will show an image next to post and comments that are new since someone's last visit to your site.

Step 1.


Alex King 30+ active installs Updated 12 years ago