Do you want to split your main page content into different sections and show them in different areas of your theme’s layout? My Content Parts plugin will make it easy to do just that.
A widget to display featured sticky posts. The built-in template displays a simple list of links, or you can create a template file in your theme for more complex layouts.
This plugin creates a more powerful version of the wp_list_pages() function which allows you to specify a start depth. This means you can easily display secondary and tertiary navigation seperately from the primary navigation on your site.
This simple little WordPress plugin removes white space from the wp_list_pages and wp_list_categories functions. This white space can cause layout issues in IE6 and some other browsers so if you’re having problems with lists not displaying correctly in IE6, this plugin may help to fix it.
WP Geo is a WordPress plugin which enables you to easily attribute a location and map to a post or page. You can set a location by clicking on a map, search for a location or address, or entering latitude and longitude coordinates.
Provides a PHP function to output your blogroll in the format of testimonials using
<cite>tags. It uses the notes field of the blogroll link as the main quote, the link name as the cite, and the link description as additional information following the cite if provided.
The Google 404 widget is a quick and easy way to embed a search box on your custom 404 page and provide users with useful information designed to help them find the information they need. Where it can, the Google widget will also suggest other ways for the user to find the information they need, thus increasing the likelihood that they’ll continue to explore your site. This WordPress plugin will enable you to add the Google widget to your 404 page.