The Wallace extension restores the show_full_control_panel_end hook in EE 2.0, allowing other extensions to make use of this useful functionality.
Drop down field that shows a list of pre-defined category groups and the categories within them. Updates automatically as you add categories to those groups.
Takes a list of items separated by pipes and returns either a modified version of that string or iterates over the content in the tag pair.
Markitup fieldtype for EE2. Allows for additional Markitup configs.
Given a timestamp, this plugin will return a relative date (e.g. about 2 days ago).
Autocomplete field for Solspace Tags. Useful for filtering for related entries for specific tags.
ExpressionEngine plugin that parses weather information from Wunderground (city, current temperature, wind condition, etc).
This plugin requires an API key form Wunderground (free in most cases).
This plugin can be used to get weather report and temperature (highest & lowest) report of that day and next 3 day. We used Google Weather API for it. CURL should be enabled on the server. Now multilingual support is added to the plugin.
Weblog URL allows you to find channel/weblog url as specified in channel/weblog preferences.
Converts a number from one weight to another
If you would rather not set up a bunch of thumbnails across your templates just plunk down this plugin!
Where_we_Are is a free ExpressionEngine Plug-In that returns the URL of the script/ page where we are, including the Query string, custom port, and protocol.
A very basic plugin plugin to return the name of a user's web browser based on PHP's HTTP_USER_AGENT variable.
Widgets is a ExpressionEngine 2 module that allows even your least experienced client or to manage chunks of intelligent content on there site without needing to learn loads of tags, HTML or call you in to help.
Eliminates widows in your post titles by inserting a non-breaking space between the last two words of a title. Ported from the Wordpress plugin by Shaun Inman.
This module creates a relationship between a wiki page and a channel entry - it does this by automatically creating / deleting a channel entry every time a wiki page is created / deleted. Adding comments is just one option you can do - if you add some channel fields to your channel the possibilities for your wiki are endless.
The plugin will format your article with your preferred formatting plugin, and create a table of contents in place of your [TOC] tag, in the form of an HTML unordered list. The list is given an id="toc" to facilitate styling via CSS.
Provides a math template tag capable of performing relatively complex mathematical evaluations.
Permits you to limit the number of words in any text.
Keeps words from being over a certain length.