A sitemap is an index of pages and content found on your website. If you don’t have a sitemap yet, make one now using free sitemap generators or plugins. If you do have one, submit it to the big search engines to make sure your website is correctly indexed and ranked.
While working on my latest project, a custom WordPress theme framework, I came across the need to record screencast tutorials that go over the features of my app. Using a web-based app means you don’t have to download bulky files (usually just a small Java plugin), and you can use it on whatever operating system you’re working on. This was key for me, as I would need to record videos on both my Windows XP desktop and my Macbook Pro.
Sharebar adds a dynamic and fully customizable vertical box to the left of a blog post that contains links/buttons to popular social networking sites. For wide blogs, a vertical bar with popular sharing icons appears on the left of your post. If the page is resized, the vertical bar disappears and a horizontal sharebar appears under the post title.
In order to simply the process of updating my plugins and to give you guys the ability to fork them into your own works, I’ve moved all of my plugins to Github (thanks to Sam Sherlock for the suggestion).