Here an introductive list to my plugins. Most of them are free and available on the WordPress Plugin Directory, other are reserved to paid members.
A complete mail marketing system for your blog.
Helps to have perfect thumbnails with each theme.
Comment plus is a plugin which enrich the features of the standard WordPress comment system. It allow image attachment, new comment notifications, welcome email on first comment, smilies on comment text. Available to paid members.
Header and Footer
Simple and flexible, Header and Footer plugin let you to add any kind of script on HTML head page section or on footer part. More you can add content and/or scripts before and after posts and configure some of the Facebook Open Graph metatag to have a better rendering of likes on Facebook walls. In my opinion this plugin is a must have and can easily replace a lot of service specific plugins. And… it’s free.
Hyper Cache is the first caching plugin I worte for WordPress (not the last) and as far as I know, is widely used with success from many blogs. I know there are other more advanced cache plugins but some users reported me that Hyper Cache is working better for them… so I’m keeping it live but without adding complexity: most blogs do not need complexity, only a bit more performances. Another cache plugin I worte is Lite Cache: I use it on some high traffic blogs I maintain.
Include Me plugin is the evolution of Include It and lets to include external content inside a page or post. External content? Yes, for example an external PHP file which is loaded, executed and the result injected inside the page. Alternatively Include Me can generate an IFRAME (even if with latest version of WordPress editor IFRAMEs seem to be better supported – older version scrambled the IFRAME tag). I found it very useful to make pages that include complex script of external services, like chat areas.
Add image support to WordPress comments.
Adds notifications to WordPress comments.
PHP Text Widget
Adds to the standard WordPress text widget the ability to execute PHP code.
Checks and cleans bounced emails. Is a support for other plugins that sends emails. Since the bounce detection is a complex task, you should consider this plugin a beta version. Anyway it does nothing of bad in your blog!
Throttles emails sent from WordPress to respecting limits imposed by provider. Can change the sender name and address replacing the standard “WordPress” and email@example.com. Can force the use of an SMTP server.
Born to transform native WordPress pages or post in premium contents, it is able to hide totally or patially the post or page body and ask the user to complete an action to see the content: just a click, a Facebook like, a payment. It is versy simple and does not replace a serious membership plugin, but you can give it a try.
Post Layout (the pro version is now merged with the free version) gives you control on code injection in the post content. It is perfect to inject ads, social buttons, noticies and so on.
It has a per category configuration to inject different code in different categories. Can be anbled to let authoer having thait own injection configuration. Note that most of the Post Layout features can be obtained with Header and Footer.