1. I love Adblock Plus, Session Manager and am really liking Power Twitter. Oh and having an Aussie dictionary means not all words get red underlined incorrectly!

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  2. And I am trying to work out why I have just had a brain burp and confused myself with firefox Add ons… Must be January or something! WordPress plugins… All mine have been mentioned. Crawling back under a rock!

    Fiona’s last blog post..640 x 480

  3. @fifikins you are too too funny heh. 😛

    anyone know a plugin to make COMMENTS big and obvious. This theme hides ’em.

  4. Wow… I don’t think I had been to your blog since the big move to WordPress – it looks awesome.

    Personally the one wordpress plugin I really couldn’t live without is Podpress. It allows me to operate a podcast within my blog, creates a separate feed for it, allows me to customize all the little extra bits that appear in directories (such as iTunes) and simplifies the whole process.

    John Lacey’s last blog post..What I Learned In 2008

  5. @john lacey The “big move to wordpress” was lunchtime today. Well I did the import yesterday. But basically yesterday. Goofball. 😛 Can I be on your podcast? You never asked me to be on your podcast, why can’t I be on your podcast? I should be on your podcast… *continues whining*

  6. Do these plugins all work? So many are for older versions (like 2.3) Yes, I know I should install and find out but, when you’re a fumble-fingers like me, 2 to 3 hours getting a plugin up there and then discovering it won’t bloody work can be an appalling experience.

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  7. Susanna, do yourself a favour. First install WordPress Automatic Upgrade. It gives you much better upgrade options than Fantastico or w/e cpanel you use 🙂

    Then upgrade your wordpress to 2.7. Assuming your theme is ok that is, with the later version. 😛

    So one of the things that 2.7 has is an in built plugin uploader and installer – no more FTP to update plugins! It will tell you if it’s the latest version or not but I’ve found most will work. You can even search for plugins from within your blog and simply click install.

    Nice 😛

  8. In all fairness the Let it Snow plugin has been incredibly popular with lots of people enjoying it. For some reason it effects my eyes and makes me feel unwell. I’m sure I’m probably in the really small minority that have this issue.

    My favourite plugin at the moment is threaded comments which has made it so much easier to respond to comments. Also enjoying the Greet Box plugin.

    The one to approach with caution is the Twitter tool plugin. If you use the wrong combination of settings it creates a continuous loop that ends up spamming your twitter account. As a result of my road testing I managed to spam twitter and Edublogs added a warning to the twitter tools page.

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  9. Thanks for your suggestion, Laurel. (I update manually, not with fantastico or similar) I’ve added the sociable from the above list and I’m really happy.

    The Dragon Design Site Map is my favourite plugin of all time, followed by WP Polls..

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  10. Definitely Google XML Sitemaps – I would never have worked out sitemaps on my own!

    Official StatCounter Plugin is good too, and WordPress Automatic Upgrade saves the hassle of fiddling with files.

    I’m going to take a look at sociable, since so many people seem to like it. 🙂

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