I finally got around to installing some WordPress plug-ins. Here’s what I’m running at the moment:
- Akismet 2.1.8
- Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not. You need a WordPress.com API key to use it. You can review the spam it catches under “Comments.” To show off your Akismet stats just put in your template. See also: WP Stats plugin. By Matt Mullenweg.
- Category Selector Back to the Sidebar (MOD) 0.7
- Puts the category selector section back to the sidebar of the Post page. Now you can write at a WordPress v2.5 blog without hating v2.5. By Baris Unver.
- FeedBurner FeedSmith 2.3.1
- Originally authored by Steve Smith, this plugin detects all ways to access your original WordPress feeds and redirects them to your FeedBurner feed so you can track every possible subscriber. By FeedBurner.
- Fluency Admin 1.2.1
- WordPress 2.5+ only. A rethink of the WordPress admin interface giving it a slightly more modern application-esque feel, inspired by Steve Smith’s Tiger Admin. Firefox, Safari and IE8 only. By Dean Robinson.
- No Self Pings 0.2
- Keeps WordPress from sending pings to your own site. By Michael D. Adams.
- Wiki Dashboard 0.1
- Mini-Wiki on the wordpress dashboard, for multiple autors [sic] collaboration. By Dzamir.
- WordPress Admin Bar 3.0.2
- Creates an admin bar inspired by the one at WordPress.com. Credits for the look of this plugin go to them. By Viper007Bond.
- WordPress.com Stats 1.3.2
- Tracks views, post/page views, referrers, and clicks. Requires a WordPress.com API key. By Andy Skelton.
- WP Ajax Edit Comments 126.96.36.199
- Allows users and admin to edit their comments inline. Admin and editors can edit all comments. By Ronald Huereca.
I’ve also edited the stylesheet so that the body text is sized in points rather than pixels, and I tweaked some colors and margins and such.