Plugins,  WordPress

WP Plugins: Contextual Related Posts & Moderation Author Notify

I should have posted this here first, but, if you’ve been following my posts at WLTC, last week I updated two old plugins of Mark and submitted the same to the WordPress plugin directory. The two are:

Moderation Notify Author

The problem on multiple-author blogs running WordPress is that it doesn’t automatically notify the author of a post about waiting comments. Instead all comment moderation requests go to the admin.

This plugin will notify the author of the post in addition to the admin and thus allow the author to share the responsibility of moderating comments on his posts.

The plugin is smart enough to ensure that the admin does not get a duplicate email.

Running a multi-author blog? Read more and download Moderation Author Notify.

Contextual Related Posts

Checked out the Related Posts that you see at the bottom of this post?

This plugin will allow you to display a list of contextually related posts for the current post. The number of posts can be configured via the admin panel as well as the title you want to display before the list of posts.

You can also choose to automatically display the posts after the content of your post as well as in feeds. You can also choose to manually display the posts where you want.

The posts displayed are based on a “fuzzy” search and so will display related posts even for those with no tags.

Read more and download Contextual Related Posts

Both these plugins are running on Weblog Tools Collection as well as on Techtites. I have related posts here.

Like to see new features? Comment below or on their individual pages.

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