Customize Your Own WordPress Download Package For Quick Installation

The process of installing WordPress and then adding all of the plugins you need, one by one, can be a time consuming task, especially if you’re doing it several times per week. What if you could customize your own installation with all the extras in one bundled download? Check out the Free Custom WordPress Package Builder service from Tim Trice. It’s very similar to Drupal’s distribution profiles. The idea is to save you time if you frequently create WordPress sites that use similar plugins. It is designed to deliver most of the common themes and plugins that WordPress users end up having to download separately each time.

Here’s how the WordPress Package Builder works…

Visit http://www.timtrice.com/services/free-custom-wordpress-package/. Fill out your name and email at the top of the page. Make your selections from among the list of plugins and themes. Click submit and the download URL will be emailed to you. The entire bundle comes ready to install.

The Custom WordPress Package Builder currently supports:

  • Generics
    • Yoast Breadcrumbs
    • Hello Dolly
    • WWSGD?
    • YARPP
  • Sitemap
    • Google XML Sitemaps
  • Contact Forms
    • Contact Form 7
    • cForms
  • Comments
    • Comment Redirect
    • Subscribe to Comments
  • Spam
    • Akismet
  • Security
    • WP-DB Backup
    • WP Security Scan
    • Secure WordPress
  • Cache
    • WP Super Cache
    • W3 Total Cache
  • SEO
    • All In One SEO
  • Stats
    • Google Analytics for WP
  • Themes
    • Atahualpa
    • Hybrid
    • Thematic

More plugins and themes are being added every week and Tim Trice welcomes your suggestions for new additions and improvements to the service.

WordPress Distribution Profiles Coming Soon!

In the near future, Trice plans to add several custom installation profiles for commonly grouped plugins and common types of sites built with WordPress. Profile packages will be available for immediate download, without requiring the user to fill out a form and wait for an email.

If you’re a WordPress developer who has to create new installs fairly regularly, this is one service that you’ll definitely want to bookmark and keep track of as it evolves. If you have any suggestions to improve the service, make sure to get in touch with Tim Trice through his website.