Plugins are mainly user-contributed add-ons that enhance and extend TWiki features and capabilities. A limited number of plugins are included in the core TWiki distribution - and most those can be removed - while the rest are optional, available from TWiki:Plugins/WebHome
Here is a list of the plugins currently installed on this TWiki site:
- DefaultPlugin: This plugin can be used to specify some simple custom rendering rules. It also renders deprecated
*_text_* as bold italic text.
- AliasPlugin: Define aliases which will be replaced with arbitrary strings automatically
- BibtexPlugin: Embeds BibTeX entries in a TWiki page
- BlackListPlugin: Utility to keep malicious users away from a public TWiki site
- CdgParserPlugin: Integration of a natural language parser into TWiki
- CommentPlugin: Allows users to quickly post comments to a page without an edit/preview/save cycle.
- FindElsewherePlugin: If a topic isn't found in this web it will look in a predefined list of other webs and attempt to find it there.
- HeadlinesPlugin: Build news portals that show headline news based on RSS news feeds from news sites.
- ImageGalleryPlugin: Displays image gallery with auto-generated thumbnails for attachments.
- InterwikiPlugin: Link
ExternalSite:Page text to external sites based on aliases defined in the InterWikis topic.
- MathModePlugin: This plugin allows you to include LaTeX formatted math in your TWiki pages.
- NatCachePlugin: Implements a cache able to track content dependencies
- NatSkinPlugin: Supplements the bare bones NatSkin theme for TWiki
- SessionPlugin: Holds session information on server, session identified from sessionId stored in non-persistant cookie
- SlideShowPlugin: Create web based presentations based on topics with headings.
- UserInfoPlugin: Render information about users on your TWikiSite
- VotePlugin: Simple way to count votes