The Sweet Plugin: Date in a Nice Tone

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Today’s late Sunday evening edition of The Sweet Plugin brings us to Date in a Nice Tone, a very simple plugin that gives you the ability to describe post dates in a more human, natural language. We use a modified version of the plugin on this blog, and implemented it in our 2010 redesign of the site.

The video is embedded at the top of this post’s page, with more about the plugin below.

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The Sweet Plugin: Front-end Editor

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Today’s Sweet Plugin is a fun WordPress plugin to show off. Developed primarily by WordPress core contributor Scribu, Front-end Editor brings almost all the content editing capabilities of WordPress to the (you guessed it) front end of your site.

The video is embedded just after the jump, as well as more information about the plugin itself.

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The Sweet Plugin: WP-Table Reloaded

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Today’s Sweet Plugin is WP-Table Reloaded, a plugin that makes adding tabular data to WordPress much, much easier. If you’ve ever struggled dealing with tabular content in a WordPress post or page, this plugin might be perfect for you.

The video is embedded after the jump, as well as a bit more about the plugin.

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The Sweet Plugin: WP-OGP

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Today’s plugin was recommended to me by a WPCandy reader on Twitter. It turns out WPCandy wasn’t taking advantage of Facebook the way it should have, and with a quick plugin addition the problem was solved.

The plugin is WP-OGP, from developer David Miller, and it might just help you if you face a similar problem.

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The Sweet Plugin: Blog Metrics

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The second episode of The Sweet Plugin is posted just below the jump. Today we’re looking at Blog Metrics, a plugin developed by Joost de Valk.

Blog Metrics is a plugin that provides statistics, within your WordPress Dashboard, regarding which of your blog’s authors are posting the most and generating the most discussion.

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