35 Aktive WordPress – Plugins

Ich weiß zwar, dass ein Blog mit viel weni­ger aus­kommt. Und die Bas­tel­kö­ni­ge unter den Blog­gern ken­nen für vie­le die­ser Hel­fer­lein Code­schnip­sel oder jeden­falls per­for­mance­scho­nen­de­re Lösun­gen. Und wenn es der kom­plet­te Ver­zicht dar­auf wäre.

Aber auch das soll schließ­lich jeder hal­ten wie er will. Seit ich die fan­ta­ti­schen Wor­d­Press-The­mes von Elma­stu­dio hier ein­set­ze habe ich mir ehr­lich gesagt kei­ne Gedan­ken mehr über die Per­for­mance mei­nes Blogs gemacht. Viel­leicht liegt es auch an den Wor­d­Press-Fort­schrit­ten selbst aber über die all­ge­mei­ne Per­for­mance, sowohl im Front- als auch im Backend, habe ich kei­ner­lei Kla­gen.

Hier also nun mei­ne 35 akti­ven Plug­ins für euch zum Durch­ge­hen. Viel­leicht kann der eine oder ande­re ja damit etwas anfan­gen. Ich ste­he gern zur Ver­fü­gung, falls jemand Nach­fra­gen zum Ein­satz oder zum Sinn der Plug­ins hat. 🙂

  1. AddQuicktag (Version: 2.0.3)

    Allows you to easi­ly add custom Quick­tags to the html- and visu­al-edi­tor.
    Crea­ted by: Frank Bült­ge

  2. Antispam Bee (Version: 2.3)

    Easy and extre­me­ly pro­duc­tive spam-fighting plug­in with many sophisti­ca­ted solu­ti­ons. Inclu­des pro­tec­tion again track­back spam.
    Crea­ted by: Ser­gej Mül­ler

  3. Audio player (Version: 2.0.4.1)

    Audio Play­er is a high­ly con­fi­gura­ble but simp­le mp3 play­er for all your audio needs. You can custo­mi­se the player’s colour sche­me to match your blog the­me, have it auto­ma­ti­cal­ly show track infor­ma­ti­on from the encoded ID3 tags and more. Go to your Set­tings page to start con­fi­gu­ring it.
    Crea­ted by: Mar­tin Lai­ne

  4. Better WordPress Recent Comments (Version: 1.2.0)

    This plug­in dis­plays recent com­ment lists at assi­gned loca­ti­ons. It does not add any signi­fi­cant load to your web­site. The com­ment list is updated on the fly when a visi­tor adds a com­ment or when you mode­ra­te one. No addi­tio­nal que­ries are nee­ded for end-users. Some Icons by Yusuke Kamiya­ma­ne.
    Crea­ted by: Khang Minh

  5. Comment Rating (Version: 2.9.32)

    Allows visi­tors to rate com­ments in a Like vs. Dis­li­ke fashion with click­able images. Poor­ly-rated & high­ly-rated com­ments can be dis­play­ed dif­fer­ent­ly. This plug­in is simp­le and light-weight.
    Crea­ted by: Bob King

  6. FeedBurner FeedSmith Extend (Version: 1.0.0)

    This is a plug­in ori­gi­nal­ly aut­ho­red by Ste­ve Smith. It detects all ways to access your ori­gi­nal Wor­d­Press feeds and redi­rects them to your FeedBur­ner feed. I enhan­ced it base on the FeedBur­ner Feed­S­mith and now it can redi­rects feeds for cate­go­ry and tag also.
    Crea­ted by: Jiayu (James) Ji

  7. Google XML Sitemaps (Version: 3.2.6)

    This plug­in will gene­ra­te a spe­cial XML sitemap which will help search engi­nes like Goog­le, Yahoo, Bing and Ask.com to bet­ter index your blog.
    Crea­ted by: Arne Brach­hold

  8. Google+Blog (Version: 1.1.0)

    A plug­in to import your posts from Goog­le+.
    Crea­ted by: Dani­el Tre­ad­well

  9. jQuery lazy load plugin (Version: v0.13)

    a quick and dir­ty wor­d­press plug­in to enab­le image lazy loa­ding.
    Crea­ted by: Andrew Ng

  10. KB Advanced RSS Widget (Version: 2.8.02)

    Gives user com­ple­te con­trol over how feeds are dis­play­ed.
    Crea­ted by: Adam R. Brown

  11. Last.Fm Records (Version: 1.6.2)

    The Last.Fm Records plug­in lets you show what you are lis­ten­ing to, with a litt­le help from our fri­ends at last.fm.
    Crea­ted by: Jero­en Smeets

  12. No Self Pings (Version: 0.2)

    Keeps Wor­d­Press from sen­ding pings to your own site.
    Crea­ted by: Micha­el D. Adams

  13. P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) (Version: 1.1.1)

    See which plug­ins are slo­wing down your site. Crea­te a pro­fi­le of your Wor­d­Press site’s plug­ins‘ per­for­mance by mea­su­ring their impact on your site’s load time.
    Crea­ted by: GoDaddy.com

  14. Polldaddy Polls & Ratings (Version: 2.0.12)

    Crea­te and mana­ge Polldad­dy polls and ratings in Wor­d­Press
    Crea­ted by: Auto­mat­tic, Inc.

  15. Quote Comments (Version: 2.1.7)

    Crea­tes a litt­le quo­te icon in com­ment boxes which, when cli­cked, copies that com­ment to the com­ment box wrap­ped in blo­ck­quo­tes.
    Crea­ted by: Joen Asmus­sen

  16. Do Follow (Version: 4.0)

    Remo­ves the evil nofol­low attri­bu­te that Wor­d­Press adds in com­ments.
    Crea­ted by: Denis de Ber­nar­dy

  17. Subscribe to Comments Reloaded (Version: 2.0.2)

    Sub­scri­be to Com­ments Rel­oa­ded is a robust plug­in that enab­les com­ment­ers to sign up for e-mail noti­fi­ca­ti­ons. It inclu­des a full-fea­tured sub­scrip­ti­on mana­ger that your com­ment­ers can use to unsub­scri­be to cer­tain posts or sus­pend all noti­fi­ca­ti­ons.
    Crea­ted by: camu

  18. Target Blank In Posts And Comments (Version: 3.2)

    Keep your visi­tors. Inserts target=„_blank“ into post and com­ment con­tent URLs and exter­nal links will open in new tabs.
    Crea­ted by: Lazar Kova­ce­vic

  19. TinyMCE Advanced (Version: 3.4.5)

    Enab­les advan­ced fea­tures and plug­ins in TinyMCE, the visu­al edi­tor in Wor­d­Press.
    Crea­ted by: Andrew Ozz

  20. Visual Editor – Blog Theme Stylesheet (Version: 1.0.0.0)

    This plug­in per­mits inte­gra­ti­on of own, the­me based style­sheet into Visu­al TinyMCE Edi­tor live wri­ting. Defi­ne your custom styles as addi­tio­nal style file tinymce_blog_themed.css at your the­me direc­to­ry. Every inclu­ded class defi­ni­ti­on appears at TinyMCE but­ton bar as drowp­down box after­wards for your per­so­nal choi­se.
    Crea­ted by: Hei­ko Rabe

  21. Tumblr Widget (Version: 1.4.7)

    Dis­plays a Tumb­lr on a Wor­d­Press page.
    Crea­ted by: Gabri­el Roth

  22. Widget Logic (Version: 0.51)

    Con­trol wid­gets with WP’s con­di­tio­nal tags is_home etc
    Crea­ted by: Alan Tre­war­tha

  23. Wikipedia AutoLink (Version: 1.1.01)

    Link auto­ma­ti­cal­ly all the high­light­ed wor­ds with the syn­tax [w: term] on the defi­ni­ti­on from Wiki­pe­dia.
    Crea­ted by: Cris­tia­no Fino

  24. WordPress Backup (by BTE) (Version: 1.8.2)

    Back­up the upload direc­to­ry (images), cur­rent the­me direc­to­ry, and plug­ins direc­to­ry to a zip file. Zip files optio­nal­ly sent to email.
    Crea­ted by: Blog Traf­fic Exchan­ge

  25. WP-Optimize (Version: 0.9.4)

    This plug­in helps you to keep your data­ba­se clean by remo­ving post revi­si­ons and spams in a bla­ze. allows you to rena­me your admin name also. Addi­tio­nal­ly it allows you to run opti­mi­ze com­mand on your wor­d­press core tables (use with cau­ti­on).
    Crea­ted by: Ruha­ni Rabin

  26. WP-PageNavi (Version: 2.81)

    Adds a more advan­ced paging navi­ga­ti­on to your Wor­d­Press blog
    Crea­ted by: Les­ter ‚GaMerZ‘ Chan & scri­bu

  27. WP PHP widget (Version: 1.0.2)

    WP PHP wid­get adds a new wid­get cal­led PHP Wid­get, which will allow you to inclu­de PHP code, you can have Text, HTML, Java­script, Flash and/or PHP code ‚wor­d­press tem­pla­te tags as con­tent or tit­le in this wid­get.
    So, as long as you want, it can do ever­y­thing, that is great­ful.
    Crea­ted by: wpxue

  28. Plugin Lister (Version: 2.1.0)

    Out­puts all of your active plug­ins via PHP for use in page tem­pla­tes & more (inclu­ding the opti­on to dis­play your the­me). Just call: <?php wp_list_all_active_plugins(); ?>
    Crea­ted by: Paul G Pet­ty

  29. WP-post-view (Version: 1.0)

    Easi­ly dis­play the views visi­ted of each post. Tracks the views in each posts visi­ted, views num­ber are also dis­play in each row of the post in the admin area. Sim­ply add this code echo_post_views(get_the_ID()); any­whe­re to dis­play AFTER Crea­ted by: Towards Tech­no­lo­gy

  30. WP Render Blogroll Links (Version: 2.1.8)

    Out­puts your Blog­roll links to a Page or Post. This extre­me­ly simp­le plug-in enab­les you to crea­te your own Links page without having to wri­te a custom tem­pla­te.
    The out­put can easi­ly be sty­led with CSS. Each cate­go­ry with its links is encap­su­la­ted in a DIV with a class­na­me cal­led „link­cat“. All the links are attri­bu­t­ed with the class „brlink“.
    Crea­ted by: Tanin Ehrami

  31. WP-Slimbox2 (Version: 1.0.3.3)

    A Wor­d­Press imple­men­ta­ti­on of the Slimbox2 java­script, uti­li­zing jQue­ry, ori­gi­nal­ly writ­ten by Chris­to­phe Beyls. Requi­res WP 2.6+
    Crea­ted by: Greg Ying­ling (mal­ca­levak)

  32. WP Smush.it (Version: 1.5.0)

    Redu­ce image file sizes and impro­ve per­for­mance using the Smush.it API wit­hin Wor­d­Press.
    Crea­ted by: Dialect

  33. WP Widget Cache (Version: 0.25.4)

    Cache the out­put of your blog wid­gets. Usual­ly it will signi­fi­cant­ly redu­ce the sql que­ries to your data­ba­se and speed up your site.
    Crea­ted by: Andrew Zhang

  34. wpCompressor (Version: 0.3)

    wpCom­pres­sor auto­ma­tic com­pres­si­on assu­mes the data out­put and boosts the per­for­mance of the blog pages.
    Crea­ted by: Ser­gej Mül­ler

  35. wpSEO (Version: 3.0.1)

    Power­ful and relia­ble Plug­in for search engi­ne opti­mi­za­ti­on and meta­da­ta for­mat­ting. A Swiss Army Kni­fe of SEO with inno­va­ti­on from Ger­ma­ny.
    Crea­ted by: Ser­gej Mül­ler

TIPP:  Kosteneinsparung ist angesagt: Ich zahle fast 700 Euro im Jahr für diverse Internetdienste

Horst Schulte

2004 bin ich (63) unter die Blogger gegangen. Ich schreibe über alle möglichen Themen. Politik, Medien und Gesellschaft dominieren dabei.

Dieser Beitrag hat 17 Kommentare
  1. Horst Schul­te,

    nönö, ist schon recht flott gela­den. Du hast ja die Request recht gut auf ver­schie­de­ne Domains ver­teilt und Dein Ser­ver erscheint auch nicht zu schlapp. Den­noch sind 126 Request für einen nor­ma­len Start­sei­ten-Auf­ruf biß­chen viel, fin­de ich.

  2. Und wie bist du zufrie­den mit der Per­for­mance des Sys­tems? Ich fin­de, WP ein­fach nur toll. Oder anders aus­ge­drückt, ich bin sehr zufrie­den damit.

  3. Denk aber an die Vor­sichts­maß­nah­men, damit dein Account nicht gehackt wird. Das ist mir ja schon pas­siert – wie du weißt.

  4. Inter­es­san­te Auf­lis­tung! Ich dürf­te auch so viel haben, wie du. Vie­le sind gleich, ande­re nicht.
    Plug­ins instal­lie­ren ist manch­mal so, wie das Kau­fen von Büchern. Eigent­lich will man nicht, weil man schon so viel hat. Und dann kommt was inter­es­san­tes daher …
    Schö­nes Wochen­en­de!
    Sabie­ne

    1. 30 von die­sen hier auf­ge­zähl­ten Plug­ins habe ich nach die­sen 5 Jah­ren nicht mehr im Ein­satz. Dafür ganz vie­le ande­re. Es ist so, wie du geschrie­ben hast. Ich sehe ein neu­es Plug­in, guck es mir an und schwupp bleibt es. Sehr oft jeden­falls.

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