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August 12th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Here is a plugin that turns WordPress’ WYSIWYG editor into a WYSIWYM editor, allowing you to add and edit HTML tags and their attribute in a more visual fashion. Most experienced webmaster don’t need a visual editor to make changes to their HTML code. Anybody who does can rely on tinyWYM Editor to get the job done.

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July 25th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many of us use Photoshop and other photo editing tools to create and optimize graphics for our websites. Thanks to plugins such as Coverich Editor, you can do most of the work on your website. This image editing tool has slideshow, GIF, and stitch features, allowing you to turn your images into GIFs quickly.

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October 4th in Wordpress Tips by .

WordPress keeps getting better and more interesting after each major update. But not everyone likes every new feature. I am personally not a fan of the new editor window. Before WordPress 4.0, I could resize it any way I wanted. After WordPress 4.0, you don’t have that option as the editor expands to match the window height automatically. The good news is you can make WordPress go back to the way it was before the latest update. All you need to do is click on the “Screen Options” tab and disable “Expand the editor to match the window height.”

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July 5th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many webmasters start their website without a long-term plan for the future. That could always come back to bite them where it hurts down the road. Take featured images for instance. Your current theme might not use them heavily, but if you don’t define them for each post and upgrade to a magazine theme, you may have to do a bit of coding to fix your thumbnails. It is in general a good practice to require your bloggers to add a featured image to their posts, especially if you run a growing online magazine. These 3 plugins force you to set a featured image for your posts:

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Require Featured Image: requires post types that you choose to have a featured image set before they can be published. It makes life easier for editors. [click to continue…]

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January 16th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Becoming an editor for a large portal or blog is very gratifying but takes a lot of work. A lot goes into keeping successful sites going strong day in and day out. Keeping track of stories, meeting deadlines, and managing writers are all parts of an editor’s job. While editors need to stay involved throughout the process, there are tools they can use to get more things done in less time. Here are 5 WordPress plugins that are quite helpful for site editors:

Edit Flow: helps you collaborate with your editorial team more effectively. It has a modular design so you can track your calendar, comments, budgets, and everything in between easier.

Editorial Calendar: helps you keep your blog and its stories on schedule. It has a drag & drop interface. [click to continue…]

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