Use CLEditor in the Body and Excerpt fields.
Installing this plugin your Textpattern’s admin side will have CLEditor editor for both Body and Excerpt fields. Tested with Textpattern 4.5.5 and 4.5.7. This plugin includes a folder called
cleditor which should be uploaded inside your website’s
Use jHTMLArea in the Body and Excerpt fields.
Activating this plugin your Textpattern’s admin side will have jHTMLArea editor for both Body and Excerpt fields. jHTMLArea is loaded from a content delivery network (CDN). Tested with Textpattern 4.5.5, 4.5.7 and 4.6.0-beta.
Use TinyMCE in the Body and Excerpt fields.
Activating this plugin your Textpattern’s admin side will have TinyMCE editor for both Body and Excerpt fields. TinyMCE is loaded from a content delivery network (CDN). Tested with Textpattern 4.5.5 and 4.5.7.
Create social links for your articles (support for facebook®, Twitter®, G+®, Pinterest®, Tumblr®, Pocket®, Instapaper®, Linkedin®, Reddit®, Dribbble®) with an icon (optional and in SVG format) a share counting (optional), total share count (optional) plus all needed Open Graph meta tags for your head document (if applicable).
A Social Bookmarking Plugin
pat-hyphenate: a Textpattern CMS plugin for typography lovers & exigent designers that automatic makes hyphenation in web page contents using soft hyphens
Multi-article update tabs
adi_matrix provides a way of viewing and updating multiple articles from a single TXP admin tab.
Matrixes give you a summary view of multiple articles, where you can make changes to selected data fields & update them all in one go.
Article data is Status (Live, Draft etc), Custom...
Assign alias URLs to articles for 301 redirection
The motivation for this plugin came from wanting short URLs in print media to reference articles with complicated URLs. What if, in a newsletter, we could say:
To read more, see: http://iicph.org/2010/a
To read more, try to type this...
Quickly pull articles out of the page flow and show them on the home/landing pages
Pimp articles on your front / landing pages without fuss. Click the article(s), assign optional label/description text and hit Save. Plugin tags then allow you to show the articles out of their normal context — usually on your home page.