Installed Plugins

Following is a list of plug-ins that I have installed and activated on my blog, for those that might be curious.

Updated March 13, 2017.

Plugin Version Description
Akismet 3.3

Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from comment and trackback spam. It keeps your site protected from spam even while you sleep. To get started: 1) Click the “Activate” link to the left of this description, 2) Sign up for an Akismet API key, and 3) Go to your Akismet configuration page, and save your API key. By Automattic

All in One SEO Pack 2.3.12 Out-of-the-box SEO for your WordPress blog. By Michael Torbert.
Anti-spam 4.3 No spam in comments. No captcha.
By webvitaly | Plugin at WordPress
Background Update Tester 1.1 Visit the Dashboard → Update Tester screen after activating this plugin. (If using multisite, visit Updates → Update Tester in the network admin.) By the WordPress team
Classic Smilies 1.3

Puts back the original smilies from earlier versions of WordPress. Also disables all additional scripts for emoji support | By Otto

Disable Google Fonts 1.3

Disable enqueuing of Open Sans and other fonts used by WordPress from Google. By Milan Dinić | Plugin at WordPress

Featured Image From URL 1.5.0

Allows to use an external image as Featured Image of your post, page or Custom Post Type, such as WooCommerce Product (supports Product Gallery also). | By Marcel Jacques Machado

Jetpack by WordPress.com 4.7

Bring the power of the WordPress.com cloud to your self-hosted WordPress. Jetpack enables you to connect your blog to a WordPress.com account to use the powerful features normally only available to WordPress.com users. By Automattic

I am using the following modules: WordPress.COM Stats, WP.me Shortlinks, Sharing, and Subscriptions.

PHP Code Widget 2.3

Like the Text widget, but it will take PHP code as well. Heavily derived from the Text widget code in WordPress. | By Otto | Visit plugin site

TinyMCE Advanced 4.4.3 Enables advanced features and plugins in TinyMCE. By Andrew Ozz.
WordPress phpinfo() 15 This simple plugin adds an option to an administrator’s Tools menu which displays standard phpinfo() feedback details to the user. | By Chris Flannagan

WP Crontrol
(Disabled)

1.4 WP Crontrol lets you view and control what’s happening in the WP-Cron system. | By John Blackbourn & Edward Dale
WP-Syntax 1.1 Syntax highlighting using GeSHi supporting a wide range of popular languages. Wrap code blocks with <pre lang="LANGUAGE" line="1"> and </pre> where LANGUAGE is a geshi supported language syntax. The line attribute is optional.