Easily make many customizations and setting changes to your Genesis-powered site, without having to write custom code.
HookPress turns your WordPress-internal hooks into webhooks. Possible uses include generating push notifications or extending WordPress with non-PHP.
Adds 'Thank You' button to every post/page, counts and shows a total number of visitors 'thanks' for post/page.
Simply Show Hooks helps theme and plugin developers to quickly see where all the action and filter hooks are on any WordPress page.
Allows developers to create a drop down of hooks to be selected from a widget, for on-the-fly widgets without the fuss, or just easily test hooks.
Use the wordpress administration to place your Pinterest widget on an area (header, footer) and / or use a shortcode to display the widget Pinterest.
Network standard ping list, for WordPress.
An extension for the Easy Genesis plugin that allows you to universally remove titles across your pages, and display the featured image (if there is o
Description: Simple Webhook to WordPress XML-RPC gateway.
Displays WordPress plugins hooks information
Insert html code into Mystique theme(http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/mystique) without hand code the original theme files.
Creates a webhook listener in WordPress, useful for integrating a post-deployment hook from your build / deployment process
Creates a URL to route a request to an action.
Plugin extension for GitHub API plugin for showing off GitHub org members via widget, shortcode, or hook.
This plugin helps you know how hooks are called and let you unload actions/filters (this is useful when you want to unload, not deactive, plugins base
Creates a draggable window with informations about all functions hooked to WordPress actions and filters.
Simple, minimal, customizable, responsive and mobile-ready social media subscription box. Includes only the latest and major social media networks acc
Track the time used between the start and end of each hook (action or filter).
WP Hooker records all fired WP hooks and their hooked functions, to easily let you debug hook issues!
In every WordPress page there are many different hooks, but what is the direct relationship among them?