Displays category breadcrumbs for the Photo Gallery
A plugin that returns the name or ID of the parent category for any given gallery category ID
Garnish is an ExpressionEngine 2 plugin that allows you to control the case of text between its tag pairs.
GeeVar allows you to create global variables using the control panel’s publish and edit interface. In short, each variable is a weblog entry.
Returns a list of channels. Includes a parameter listing all channels to which a logged in member has access.
The Get Member Group plugin takes in a username or screen name and outputs a corresponding member group.
With this plugin you can output text from language files without enabling PHP in your templates.
The "Get thumbnail" plugin let's you get the path to any autogenerated thumbnail from a default "File" field within your channel entries tag that you've defined yourself. DISCONTINUED.
This plugin will look at the GET URL variables and redirect the user to the segment version of the URL.
Get! Set! Go! makes manipulating/outputting query strings in your EE templates easier. Set new parameters and unset existing ones at will, and GSG will output consistent paths in your templates to your requirements.
A simple plugin to print out any GET or POST params from a form without enabling PHP in your template.
Lets you display the age of your members based on their profile data or the year of birth provided.
GET_POST_Var provides some helper functions for fetching data like GET, POST, User IP, User Agent, Cookies and Server Variables.
An ExpressionEngine plugin to allow for embedding of Github Gists.
A wrapper plugin for the Github API
Need to show GitHub data on your ExpressionEngine 2 site? This'll do that.
This plugin was designed for developers using GitHub to create downloads from their sites.
Using a Gmail username and password, it checks for unread messages and displays them.
Allows you to display information from a Google Calendar feed.
The Google Calendar Events plugin displays a list of upcoming events from one or more Google Calendars in your web site. It contains variables for the main Calendar fields (what, where, when, description), can combine events from multiple Calendars in a single event list, and has an alternate start_day variable pair for displaying a date header above the first event per day.