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Find previous versions of WordPress plugins

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I ran the WordPress Updates as normal but found one plugin had taken some of the free features and moved them to the premium version. I needed one feature and started looking for the previous version. Turns out the WordPress repository keeps them all available. On the plugin page look on the right side under the initial stats and click Advanced View. Now scroll to the bottom and you’ll see a new section called Previous Versions with a drop down menu listing all the plugin’s versions available for download.

WordPress Pending Post Notifier

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After implementing individual user accounts on WordPress contributors now submitted their posts for review and an editor reviews and posts it.  Unfortunately there isn’t an automated notification built into WordPress to let editors know there’s a post waiting.  Luckily there’s a plugin for that: Pending Post Notifier. It’s very straightforward: enter the email addresses separated by a comma in the Notification Receiver box.

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WordPress User Role Capabilities

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I’ve been working on a WordPress powered website recently, implementing a lot of features.  The first item was to stop everyone using the admin login and create unique logins for everyone with properly assigned roles.  Here’s how WordPress breaks down roles: Super Admin – Someone with access to the blog network administration features controlling the entire network (See Create a Network). Administrator – Somebody who has access to all the administration features Editor – Somebody who can publish and manage posts and pages as well as manage other users’ posts,…read more

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SearchLoad Options Add-On

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An amazingly simple and effective Firefox 2 plug in that does two things really well; clears your search box after a specified time, and opens your search in a new tab.  Brilliant! SearchLoad Options

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Firefox extensions FEBE and CLEO

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Two great extensions: FEBE backs up your current extensions as XPI files so they can be installed anywhere, as well as bookmarks and cookies.  CLEO packages this backup as one self extracting file.  Very slick. Chuck Baker’s FEBE and CLEO

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