My blog runs on a wordpress-installation and I use quite a few plugins. But a lot of the plugins don’t do exactly what I want and aren’t customizable enough, unless you modify the plugin’s code. But then, that’s not that easy: besides HTML and CSS you need to know about PHP and the WordPress-API. That’s when I decided to write my own plugins. They should be highly customizable, although if you want to customize them, you should have basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, which I’m sure most WordPress-admins have.
Garee’s Random Image
Displays a random image on your blog. There are a couple of templates to display your image to choose from and you have the possibility to define your own templates with Mustache, a great and easy template-renderer.
Version 1.1.1 | Visit plugin-site | Download from WordPress
Garee’s Split Gallery
Easily split WordPress-galleries without any fancy css or js. This plugin allows you to number the images to be shown (e.g. show=’1-3′) and uses the native WordPress-gallery-shortcode to do the rest.
Version 0.5 | Visit plugin-site | Download from WordPress
Garee’s Twitter Stream
Version 1.0 | Visit plugin-site | Download from WordPress
Garee’s Flickr Feed
Display images from your Flickr-Feed.
Customizable with Mustache.
Version 0.8 | Visit plugin-site | Download from WordPress