A weblog authored by Carthik about the latest in the WordPress world.

Thursday, August 19, 2004

Pure-Essence Plugins

Filed under: — Carthik @ 7:39 pm

Threaded Comments Redone – So you can thread your comments out nice and clean.

Multi-More Plugin – So you can have more “more” in your posts. By default, WordPress’s “more” tag does not have a closing tag, so whatever it is that you put after using the <!–more–> tag is shown hidden behind the more tag. With Multi-More, you can use more than one more tag in your posts and close them at will.

No Margin Pop-up Images Script – So you can add neat pop-up-on-clicking images to your posts.

All the above plugins/hacks are from Dodo (which means beans or peas in Chinese). Who says women can’t code? :) I love the design and layout of her website. There is a whole bunch of interesting code, tips and tools available on the site, so stay awhile and browse the site!


  1. hi thanks for the plug but you might want to update the info concerning the syntax for more. it’s not <!–more–> but <!–cut–> and <!–/cut–>

    the old version of my hack for b2 is <!–more–> and <!–endmore–> but it’s no longer true. thanks

    Comment by dodo — 8/19/2004 @ 8:52 pm

  2. I was only talking about wordpress’ more tag. I totally understand that your cut tags are different, and expect readers to learn that from your site.

    Comment by Carthik — 8/19/2004 @ 9:00 pm

  3. Dodo’s site does rock, I love her plugins!

    Comment by Aubrey — 8/19/2004 @ 9:12 pm

  4. oh sorry Carthik, i misunderstood your words.

    Comment by dodo — 8/20/2004 @ 3:00 pm

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