Version: 3.1 Configure SMTP mailing in WordPress, including support for sending e-mail via SSL/TLS (such as GMail).
Adds links to navigate to the next and previous posts when editing a post in the WordPress admin.
Conveniently close or open comments for a post or page with one click.
Interface for easily defining additional CSS (inline and/or by URL) to be added to all administration pages.
Obfuscate email addresses to deter email harvesting spammers, while retaining the appearance and functionality of hyperlinks.
Use widgets, shortcodes, and/or template tags to easily retrieve and display custom field values for posts or pages.
Disable the built-in front-end search capabilities of WordPress.
Allow multiple user accounts to be created, registered, and updated having the same email address.
Automatically hyperlink text URLs and email addresses originally written only as plaintext.
Version: 1.0.2 A widget that can act as a duplicate of another widget (for synchronized use in another sidebar)
Removes the WordPress update nag that appears at the top of all admin pages when a new version of WordPress is released
Replace text with other text. Handy for creating shortcuts to common, lengthy, or frequently changing text/HTML, or for smilies.
Version: 3.6 Independently control the number of posts listed on the front page, author/category/tag archives, search results, etc.
Reveal the theme template file used to render the displayed page, via the footer, widget, shortcode, and/or template tag.
Customize the WordPress admin pages by selectively removing interface elements.
Have "Remember Me" checked by default on the login page and configure how long a login is remembered. Or disable the feature altogether.
Add hover text to regular text in posts. Handy for providing explanations of names, terms, phrases, and acronyms mentioned in posts/pages.
Prevent specified posts from being featured on the front page or in feeds, and from notifying external services of publication.
Preserve formatting of code for display by preventing its modification by WordPress and other plugins while also retaining whitespace.
Automatically hyperlink words or phrases in your posts.
Template tags (for use in single.php) to create post navigation loop (previous to first post is last post; next/after last post is first post).
Restrict the usernames that new users may use when registering for your site.
Reduce permalinks (category or post) that include entire hierarchy of categories to just having the lowest level category.
Admin widget on the Add/Edit Post pages for inserting HTML encodings of special characters into the post.
Extract a listing of all commenter emails.
Version: 3.6 Display image (if present) and/or name for the author of a post, or for all authors on the blog.
Version: 2.0 Prevent virtual directory listing services from listing the contents of directories, and/or show a page in place of a directory's l
Version: 1.7.3 Display an image for each category associated with a post.
Prevent broken shortcodes from appearing in posts and pages.