Find what you're looking for with our advanced add-on filter, which allows you to select multiple criteria at once.
First Timer allows finer control over where members are redirected after a successful login. You can set one landing page for first-time login and one for any subsequent logins.
This extension adds a dropdown weblog menu to the Edit tab.
Create a markItUp! custom field type in the ExpressionEngine Control Panel. Add per-field button sets, and create custom buttons for advanced use.
Important: This addon is no longer supported.. Checkout NSM Live Look for the EE2 version.
Invisible Captcha asks a simple math question. If JS is enabled, the question will answer itself and be hidden from view.
Allows users to edit specified custom fields of multiple entries at once.
Fixes minor nuisances in the ExpressionEngine Control Panel.
Find out where a visitor who just filled out a FreeForm on your ExpressionEngine website came from.
Formats text according to the rules of the legacy (< v1.6.5) Auto-XHTML typography parser.
This plugin suggests relevant pages to users on your 404 page.
This plugin allows you to put a suggestive search on your site.
This plugin has been discontinued, and is now known as Deniro.
Makes it easier to create A to Z indexes
The extension defines a redirect in the $data array, and redirects back three pages in the user’s history.
This extension lets you control the pagination design with your choice of tags.
The Defensio module integrates EE with the Defensio spam filtering service.
Fetches the distinct years of all entries in a specified weblog. Can be used to create a year archive list.
Sortee allows you to sort any items by an arbitrary number of criteria. In addition, Sortee will add grouping headers for you—including date headers formatted to your specifications.
EE’s related entries features allow you to fetch parents or children of a particular weblog entry, but not siblings. Sibleengs allows you to fetch those siblings and their data. Please note that this is a test release.
Reeposition allows you to move one or more pieces of content from one spot in your template to another. How is that handy? Well, have you ever had to use the same module tags twice (or more) on one page because there was no other way to place the content in all the places you wanted it? That can be extremely wasteful, meaning your server has to work harder and your users have to wait longer to see the page. Reeposition’s ability to place your content wherever you want it helps get rid of that problem.