Events Manager is a full-featured event registration plugin for WordPress based on the principles of flexibility, reliability and powerful features!
Advanced Custom Fields is the perfect solution for any WordPress website which needs more flexible data like other Content Management Systems. This is primarily a developer tool.
- Visually create your Fields
- Select from multiple input types (text, textarea, wysiwyg, image, file, page link, post object, relationship, select, checkbox, radio buttons, date picker, true / false, repeater, flexible content, gallery and more to come!)
- Assign your fields to multiple edit pages (via custom location rules)
- Easily load data through a simple and friendly API
- Uses the native WordPress custom post type for ease of use and fast processing
- Uses the native WordPress metadata for ease of use and fast processing
Will embed a PDF file using Google Docs Viewer Simply include the URL for a PDF document on it’s own line, or wrapped in the embed tag and the plugin will embed the PDF into the page using the Google Docs Viewer embed code. The url must end with
Plugin that allows you to show your Flickr photostream, photosets, galleries, group pools, or tags in your blog, with a very elegant and awesome layout.
Add syntax highlighting to the Post/Page HTML editor. When you are editing a post or page and click the “Text” tab it will load the updated skin for the editor which will display all HTML tags with syntax highlighting. This is primarily a developer tool.
To check this out please login to the admin panel.
Iframe shortcode is the replacement of the iframe html tag and accepts the same params as iframe html tag does. You may use iframe shortcode to embed content from YouTube, Vimeo, Google Maps or from any external page.
A simple shortcode plugin to add the TimelineJS made by Knight Lab.
Checkout how to create your amazing Timeline at http://timeline.knightlab.com/
To embed your timeline use the button located at the post content editor (TinyMCE).
List Category Posts allows you to list posts by category in a post/page using the “catlist” shortcode. When you’re editing a page or post, directly insert the shortcode in your text and the posts will be listed there. The basic usage would be something like this:
The shortcode accepts a category name or id, the order in which you want the posts to display, and the number of posts to display. You can also display the post author, date, excerpt, custom field values, even the content!
MapPress adds an interactive map to the WordPress editing screens. When editing a post or page just enter any addresses you’d like to map.
The plugin will automatically insert a great-looking interactive map into your blog. Your readers can get directions right in your blog and you can even create custom HTML for the map markers (including pictures, links, etc.)!