16 Most Used WordPress Smileys Plugins

  • Custom Smilies

    Custom Smilies (previously named Custom Smileys) gives you a chance to personalize your posts and comments using smilies of your choice instead of def

  • Custom Smilies

    Custom Smilies (previously named Custom Smileys) gives you a chance to personalize your posts and comments using smilies of your choice instead of def

  • Font Emoticons

    Replaces Wordpress' smileys with font-based emoticons.

  • Smilies Themer Toolbar

    Adds a toolbar to easily add to comments your smilies managed by Smilies Themer plugin.

  • Kaskus Emoticons

    Kaskus Emoticons is an emoticon set inspired by Kaskus, the Largest Indonesian Community

  • Zaazu Emoticons

    The only plugin for wordpress that gives you access to a variety of smileys created by ZaaZu.com!

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  • Yahoo Messenger Emoticons

    This plugin is design to replace the wordpress default smilies with the emoticons used on Yahoo Messenger

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  • Title Icon

    Title Icon plugin displays a small icon or smiley in the title.

  • LMB^Box Smileys

    A Clickable Smilies hack for WordPress. Add, edit, remove, and manage the display of your smileys!

  • React & Share

    The best WordPress plugin for Facebook-style reactions. Activate your readers with 6 one-click reactions and gain more social media shares.

  • Yahoo! Emoticons for Custom Smilies 2.3

    I use Custom Smilies 2.3 plugin. However, I prefer Yahoo! emoticons. This is a tweak to allow use of those emoticons with Custom Smilies 2.3.

  • BP Post Buttons

    Adds a button bar to buddypress forum posting textfields

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  • Simple Vote Me

    Integrate a simple voting plugin with smileys in your Wordpress!

  • Locco Emoticons

    Locco Emoticons is an emoticon set inspired by Andrei Sebastian.

  • WP Smiley Switcher

    Change your smileys to another smiley pack or use your own smileys.

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  • WP Emo-ello

    Fontello Emoticons can be inserted using either HTML, shortcode or a built-in TinyMCE plugin. This plugin also replaces Wordpress' smileys.

Should we add any smileys plugins to the list? Let us know what you think.

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