My top 10 WordPress plugins

The following are a list of plugins I either use, have used or plan to use in the future to improve this blog.

In no particular order:

Contact Form 7 – Just another contact form plugin. Simple but flexible. By Takayuki Miyoshi.

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Maintaining a WordPress install with git

A while ago I started tracking WordPress updates using Subversion. Instead of downloading the official release from the WordPress website I checked out the code from the stable branch of their Subversion repo. This made upgrading as simple as running “svn up” and I didn’t lose any modifications I had made to the code.

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