Today I’ve done some cleaning up of my plugins across my three Multisite installs. Making sure that key ones where on all of them and eliminating ones that I didn’t use anymore and were outdated.
I also found some great new ones that are pretty nifty!
- Codepress Admin Columns ~ Manage and organize columns in the posts, users, comments and media lists in the WordPress admin panel. Transform the WordPress admin screens into beautiful, clear overviews. Amazing but now I want the Pro version so I can export! Another part is adding the full path of media files to the columns page so you don’t have to click in to copy the url.
- Change the color schemes of your Admin panel: Now I can paint it the right color of purple!
- Admin Color Schemes – Adds 8 new color schemes to backend and you can modify one of theirs for your own custom colors that’s transportable.
- Admin Color Schemer – Go simple with the four basic colors, or get into the details and customize to your heart’s content. (Not able to export so you would have to redo for each site you work on, even in the Multisite setting.)
- New plugins from my friend and fellow WordCampKC organizer, Travis Pflanz
- Rainbowify by Otto – Ok so while I probably won’t leave it, it’s hilarious!
- Call Now Button
- Plugins Last Updated Column – Idea by me, created by Steven Kohlmeyer 8/20/14
- Official Add to Homescreen & Add to home screen WP Plugin – I haven’t decided on which one I like best. The first one has stats (and can be silent) the second one has a place to add loading screen images. 8/31/14
- HTML Editor Syntax Highlighter – No more going back and forth from copying and pasting the code into Dreamweaver, to troubleshoot minor things. Found 9/1/2014
- Shortcodes Ultimate – Easy buttons, columns and accordions. Found 9/1/2014
- Related Topics Simple Tag List – By Stephanie Eckles. Found 9/6/14
- WP Webapp – Turn ANY WordPress site into a mobile Web App! I haven’t tired this yet, but looks interesting. Found 11/25/14
I plan on making a better list of all the my favorite plugins and why I like them but for now you can see all of my favorites that I’ve bookmarked on http://profiles.wordpress.org/karissa#content-favorites .