I’ve developed a number of plugins for WordPress, either to address an issue I’ve encountered or provide a function I haven’t found in an existing plugin.
- The Taxonomy Dropdown Widget (formerly the Tag Dropdown Widget) solves the problem of unwieldy tag clouds by creating a dropdown menu for my post tags. Version 2.0 adds support for all public, non-hierarchical custom taxonomies.
- The Simple Facebook® Share Button painlessly integrated Facebook’s Share button until Facebook dropped support for it on July 17, 2012.
- The Taxonomy List Widget presents taxonomy terms in a list with various options for deliminating the list.
- Date-based Taxonomy Archives adds support to WordPress for date-based taxonomy archives.
- Jetpack Photon for NextGEN Gallery extends the WordPress.com CDN capabilities in Jetpack to galleries built with the NextGEN Gallery plugin.
- Authy for WordPress adds the Authy two-factor authentication service to WordPress for users who want an extra level of security in their login process.
- WP Revisions Control lets users specify how many revisions are stored for each post type, and each individual post. The plugin can also purge all revisions for a specific post.
In addition to the plugins I’ve created, I contribute to various other plugins:
- Jetpack, a plugin that supercharges self-hosted WordPress sites with features previously only available on WordPress.com.
- WP-Cron Control gives users greater control over how WordPress handles scheduled events.
- WP Print Friendly extends WordPress’ templating system to provide print-friendly versions of a site’s content.
- External Permalinks Redux allows users to point posts, pages, and custom post type objects to any URL desired.
- Automatically Paginate Posts provides users options to automatically split post content over multiple pages.
- View All Post’s Pages lets users see an entire paginated post in a single view.
Donations are gladly accepted via PayPal and are used solely to support plugin development.