Blosxom Plugin Registry
Blosxom is about infinitely extensible via a plugin architecture. Here you'll find oodles of plugins to expand, extend, integrate, and delight. And they're written by Blosxom users just like you!
Have a Blosxom Plug-in to share with the Blosxom community? Plug it in here!
- amps - replaces instances of & in posts with the & HTML entity
- atx - Write Blosxom entries in atx, the true structured text format.
- autocorrect - offers possible matches for a weblog entry that has been moved to another part of the weblog's category hierarchy
- coderpants - This plugin does a tiny bit of formatting in the tradition of the smartypants and textile plugins by allowing you to designate in-line code snippits via '@' and code blocks via '@@'.
- dictionary - Takes terms from a list in a text file and replaces all instances of those terms with a link to a page that has the definitiions.
- foreshortened - creates a version of the weblog entry body ending at the end of the first sentence (ideal for shortened, plaintext versions of stories for an RSS feed)
- kwiki - Uses Brian Ingerson's excellent Kwiki wiki software as a formatting tool for Blosxom weblog entries.
- paragraph - This plugin allows you to customize the first letter of each paragraph, either by sepcifying dropcaps with a size and color or by using a graphic version of the initial letter.
- random_text - Generates a random text from a user maintainable quotes file.
- smartypants - performs several typographic transformations -- smart quotes, smart dashes, and smart-ellipses -- on your weblog entries (be sure to grab the 1.2b3 beta with Blosxom support)
- textile - A port of Brad Choate's MT Textile plugin; it converts a simple text format to HTML.
- textrite - Typographical markup of dashes, quotes, marks, and paragraphs. Converts internationalised text from 8-bit codes and LaTeX-style markup.
- tiki - hooks in Tim Appnel's Tiki module for formatting weblog entries without HTML
- wikiwordish - Provides WikiWord-like functionality. Intercepts [[someword]] style wikiwordish notation and looks for matches in weblog entry filenames. Also supports InterWikiWords and so much more; read the inline documentation for details.