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Create WordPress Twitter Like Private Site

Create WordPress Twitter Like Private Site

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

There is an interesting article, “Create your own private Twitter site using WordPress” at Cats Who Code on how to build a MicroBlogging type of site using WordPress to create a Twitter like network for family, friends or company. It uses a special free WordPress theme for social microblogging, called P2 Info at : http://www.catswhocode.com/blog/create-your-own-private-twitter-site-using-wordpress

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Appointment Scheduler WordPress Plugin

Appointment Scheduler WordPress Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 2 Comments

Appointy plugin for WordPress is a calendar tool that allows you to accept appointments from clients directly on your wordpress powered website. Features : Start accepting appointments online from your clients 24x7x365. Utilizes the power of social networking to grow your business virally in your area. Setup in the next 15 minutes. Customize the look […]

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WordPress Custom Login Page Plugin

WordPress Custom Login Page Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

WordPress Custom Login Page 2 allows you to customize your login page. Your background image, logo image, and form div background are all customizable. Included in those features is the ability to customize: – Form label font color. – Form text area border color. – Link color and hover color. – Login button background image […]

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WordPress Members Plugin

WordPress Members Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Members plugin is a user, role, and content management plugin. Its purpose is to make WordPress a more powerful CMS by giving enhanced control over site users. The current components are (more will come in future versions): Edit Roles: Edit your user roles and their capabilities. New Roles: Create new roles for use on […]

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WordPress Categories Menu Plugin

WordPress Categories Menu Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

If using WordPress as a CMS, you may have set up static pages for both a front page (e.g. “Home”) and a page to list your latest blog posts (e.g. “Blog”). This plugin allows you to add categories as links in a submenu. It does involve making a php file from downloaded code. Download at: […]

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