Binny V A, a web developer based in India, has managed to release 6 WordPress Plugins in a week. I think this is a great achievement so I thought I’d give you all a quick summary of each plugin. You may find some of them useful 🙂
Summaries provided by Binny :
- Eventr WordPress Plugin – Eventr plugin lets you use your blog as an event management tool. You can create an event – the plugin will let people sign up for the event – it can also show a list of all the attendees. Once the event is done, you can deactivate the event and no more sign ups will be allowed.
- Autofields WordPress Plugin – AutoFields Plugin will auto fill the Excerpt and add an Image custom field based on the data you entered into the contents editor. This plugin will set the first paragraph of the content as the excerpt and take the first image(if there are any) and set it as the ‘Image’ custom field(needed for some themes – like Mimbo – my theme). When you hit the publish button, it will check to make sure that excerpt and Image custom field are filled. If not, it will ask you to confirm before publishing the post.
- Pollin WordPress Plugin – Pollin wordpress plugin will let you add polls to your blog. It can be shown to your visitors who will be able to vote in the poll.
- Surveys WordPress Plugin – The Surveys WordPress plugin lets you add surveys to your blog. You can let the visitors take surveys and see the result from the admin side. The user who take the survey can enter their details at the end of the survey – or leave it as an anonymous result.
- Quartz WordPress Plugin – Quartz Plugin lets you show random quotes/tips/links/pictures/something else to visitors. These quotes can be added from the admin side. You can add these one by one – or you can bulk import the stuff from a text file.
- Quizzin WordPress Plugin – Quizzin WordPress Plugin lets you add quizzes to your blog. This plugin is designed to be as easy to use as possible. Quizzes, questions and answers can be added from the admin side. This will appear in your post if you add a small HTML comment in your post.