Saturday, 27 July 2013

Image Grabber (Remote Image Uploader) Plugin For WordPress

It's really irritating to manually download and update images from an another website to your own website. It takes to much time and data to do that. Remote image uploading setting makes it easy to upload any type of image from a link.

I recently found a great plugin for this job on CodeCanyon, but it was a premium plugin. So I searched on Plugin Directory with several different names and finally found a perfect plugin.

It's called, Remote Images Grabber, you can download this plugin at this link. Here is the original description of this plugin:

Fetches images from an URL or a piece of html-code, saves them directly into your blog media directory, and attaches to the appointed post. 

After installing this plugin, you'll get an option in your media upload dialog to directly upload images from a link to your blog.

How To Install Image Grabber:

  • Click here and download this plugin. Visit your WordPress' plugin page and install this plugin.
  • You can also install this plugin from your WP's plugin directory.
  • After installing, activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' admin menu in WordPress.

That's it for this time. Comment if you're having any troubles.

Monday, 22 July 2013

Adding Username Availability Checker To BuddyPress

Picking a username is a very hard task for everyone. So this plugin allows you to check for the availability of a user name on BuddyPress registration page. It's very useful plugin and it also gives a pro look to your BuddyPress registration page.

It makes easy for your readers to pick a suitable username, without refreshing the page. This plugin is developed by Brajesh Singh of

How To Install BPDev Username Availability Checker:

  • Click here to download this plugin.
  • Go to WordPress Dashboard > Plugins > Add New > Upload
  • Upload .zip file that you downloaded from the first step.
  • Upload/Install and activate the plugin “Username Availability Checker”

Now it's time to check this plugin by logging out of your BuddyPress account. That's it for this time. Don't forget to join BuddyDev Premium Club for more BuddyPress plugins.

Sunday, 7 July 2013

How To Automatically Tag WordPress Posts

Tagging posts in WordPress is an another great way to make time traveling navigation more easy for your readers. It's a useful way to group related posts together. Tags are similar to, but more specific than, categories.

Tagging your new posts is very easy, but it's really a huge pain if you post way too much on your blog, or when it comes to tag previously posted posts.

As expected, there are several plugins, which automatically add tags to your WordPress posts. But it's really hard to find them in that crowded plugin directory. So, here are my two favorite plugins for this task.

1. Strictly Auto Tags:

Strictly Auto Tags is a very useful plugin by Strictly Software, which automatically adds the most relevant tags to your posts. I'm using this plugin on my, and it's a very helpful plugin for me. It scans an English language post for words that could be used as tags and then orders them so that the most relevant words get added. It won't add any grammar or useless words to your tags. This plugin is only designed for English language blogs.

2. Automatic Post Tagger:

This plugin is very different from Strictly Auto Tags plugin. In this plugin, you have to create a list of tags with related words for each of them and it'll add relevant tags automatically when a post is published or updated. You can also configurable maximum number of tags per post.

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