WordPress Plugins

I occasionally make small WordPress plugins for bloggers and thought it was about time I had a page where you can download them all rather than having to repeatedly dig out the links when people need them! If you want to say thanks for any of these, you can find my tip jar here. If you need WordPress support – feel free to get in touch!

Zoe’s AMP Flea Badge Plugin

This plugin will add your Flea Network (TOTS100 / Foodies100 / HIBS100 / Trips100) badge to your AMP pages. It works with the AMP plugin from Automattic.

You will need to set the badge img src in the plugin options. These are found at Settings -> AMP Flea Badge.

To install this plugin go to Plugins – Add New – Upload Plugin (button at the top of the page), then select the zip file & upload.

If the folder auto unzips on download and you end up with a folder just recompress it by right clicking & selecting compress, then upload that zip.

Jetpack Markdown Addon WordPress Plugin

This plugin lets you add rel="nofollow" and rel="blank" to your links when writing blog posts using Markdown.

It will convert {.rel-nofollow} to rel="nofollow" and {.target-blank} to target="blank" so links can be written as follows:

[link](http://example.com "Title"){.rel-nofollow}{.target-blank}

Find out more about Markdown in Jetpack and how to enable it here, and view the WordPress quick reference guide here.

To install this plugin go to Plugins – Add New – Upload Plugin (button at the top of the page), then select the zip file & upload.

If the folder auto unzips on download and you end up with a folder just recompress it by right clicking & selecting compress, then upload that zip.

Exclude Flea Badges WordPress plugin

Exclude the Flea network badges (TOTS100, HIBS100, FOODIES100 & TRIPS100) from being hosted at WordPress.com using the Jetpack Photon module, so that all hits are registered correctly.

To install this plugin go to Plugins – Add New – Upload Plugin (button at the top of the page), then select the zip file & upload.

If the folder auto unzips on download and you end up with a folder just recompress it by right clicking & selecting compress, then upload that zip.

Also, here are my BlogOn 2017 WordPress talk slides, with lots of recommendations for plugins that I use on my sites in the slide notes:

Blog On 2017 – WordPress Slides

Slides from my WordPress talk at the 2017 Blog On MSI conference.

Covering the topics blog appearance, site speed, security & plugins.