I have seven WordPress plugins available for download. All of them are free to use, and are covered by the GNU General Public License. I share them for the love of course, but if you find them useful, a donation would be nice
- 写真 Shashin: A powerful WordPress plugin for displaying photos and videos from Picasa, YouTube, and Twitpic, anywhere in your WordPress site. You can mix and match photos and videos from the 3 services – display single photos, videos, album thumbnails, random pictures, new pictures, customizable groups of pictures, and complete albums. Includes sidebar widgets, integration with Fancybox (and an option to use other viewers), and Google Maps links.
- Highslide for Shashin: Shashin comes with the Fancybox photo viewer, but I recommend using Highslide. It’s a separate download because, due to the type of license used by Highslide, it’s not eligible for inclusion in the wordpress.org plugin repository.
- SimpleTest for WordPress: a tool for WordPress plugin developers who want to create and run automated tests for their plugins. It includes SimpleTest 1.1 and uses a shortcode to let you run unit tests on WordPress plugins, and see the results in a WordPress page. Since it runs within WordPress, you can also do integration testing of plugins.
- Toppa Plugin Libraries for WordPress: includes several utilities for plugin developers. They facilitate the use of Agile coding techniques for developing WordPress plugins. Included are an autoloader, facades for WordPress functions and database interactions, and a utility for building form fields from arrays of data.
- 凸凹 Deko Boko: A simple but highly extensible contact form for WordPress, integrating reCAPTCHA for handling spam.
- Extensible HTML Editor Buttons: A plugin for adding custom buttons to the WordPress HTML Editor, including custom modal dialogs. Provides a WYSIWYG settings form for adding your own custom buttons, and provides an API for other plugins to add buttons.
- Post-to-Post Links II lets you easily create a link to another post, page, tag, or category on your site. With a dialog form that uses autocomplete to look up posts by title, it’s very easy to find your link destination. The link will automatically use the title of the post, page, tag, or category as the link text, or you can supply your own link text.