Plugins work on the template side, and usually contain PHP functions that manipulate things behind the scenes, keeping your EE templates free of PHP code.
Automatically turns URLs and emails into links. You can use this if you need to turn off the similar weblog preference.
Parses the text for abbreviations and acronyms, and appends a glossary definition list at the bottom.
Automatically updates twitter with new blog posts.
BasEE64 is an ExpressionEngine plugin that encodes and decodes data via the php base64_encode() and base64_decode() function.
Been There! can mark an entry as viewed for a user if he has viewed it. Much like a *NEW* marker in a product list.
Create notes that only show for better workflow drafts or only show on the live site.
Biber Unit Converter is a unit conversion calculator that converts major length, area, digital storage, temperature, energy, volume, pressure, power, force, density, speed, electric currency, angle and time units to each other.
This plugin provides a way to quickly calculate a member’s age based on the birthday info (month, date, and year) provided in the member registration process.
Displays birthdays of existing members.
Ok, here's how this works. You want to link to a file (e.g. a PDF or a JPG) but the browser is loading it instead of actually downloading it into the users Downloads folder.
Download File to the rescue!
The purpose of this plugin is to output info about certain channels/weblogs. Using this plugin it is possible to ouput short name, title, descrition, URL, language and encoding of certain channels/weblogs.
This tag retrieves data on the authors on your site if you are running a gang blog (multiple bloggers on the same weblog). It will extract who the authors are, where they are from, avatar information, posting stats and visit stats. It will allow you to limit how many are shown and minimum criteria for being on the list. Very flexible and powerful blogger lister.
Displays a graph (PNG image) representing post times for current month.
This plugin allows you to change the template type on the fly. Useful if you use a single template with logic to either display entries or rss feeds.
Ever wanted to change the pagination segment in your URLs from P# to a page number? This plugin makes it a breeze.
Checks to see if a file exists on the server.
This is a simple plugin to pull the latest entry revision number for a weblog entry. We use it here to display revisions for our estimates.
BN Guess Blog Name does one simple thing. It strips the following words out of a provided variable: _detail, _archive, _landing, etc.
Encrypts and decrypts data using RC4 encryption.
Embeds specific member templates within regular templates.