Here's a collection of my "must-have" resources for DDO. Please to enjoy.
Forums - Stylebot Changes
The default DDO forum style is rough around the edges, with many hard to read (or impossible to read) elements. JJ Flanigan comes to the rescue with a custom stylish design for firefox and opera.
A Comprehensive Guide To BBcodes
Stoner81's guide to formatting your posts to be pretty. Everything from bolding text to creating tables or linking videos, see how with his simple examples.
Character Planner - Series 4.xx
Ron's character planner is the most ubiquitous DDO tool around. This is truly one of the "must have" resources for DDO. Download the planner via the link in his signature in the OP of that thread, or go to his site R&J Cyberware to find it.
Do a character lookup on any server, or use this to link your own characters for others to see. Based on the old MyDDO feature that has since been discontinued, YourDDO still works and serves up to date data thanks to Turbine continuing to support the API that exposes character data publicly.
Cannith Crafting Planner
JJ Flanigan's ultimate cannith crafting resource has everything you could want: recipes, costs, ML calculations, even augment support. It does it all. You can also search for a shard by hitting the Search tab up top. The above link goes directly to the planner; see original thread here.
Named Item browser
JJ Flanigan's named item browser lets you find the named item you want even if you don't even know it exists. This is part of his cubicleninja suite of tools, which also includes the cannith crafting planner.
The ultimate resource, of course. The vast majority of the wiki data is easily located, but here's a few useful links you might not find without a search:
Named Item Sets
Crafting Soul Gems
BTA Base Items (for crafting BTA items)
List of weapons with unusual attack or damage mods
Adventure Pack Reviews and Buyer's Guide
Reviews of all the adventure packs for new players wondering which packs to buy, as well as thoughts on how best to buy into the game if you're just getting started.
Shroud loot builder for dummies
tihocan's excellent "montreal" greensteel planner is the ultimate in "point and click" ala carte planning. Sadly it appears that tihocan is no longer playing DDO, but hopefully this utility remains up for the foreseeable future. The above link goes directly to the planner itself; for the original thread click here.
Shroud Puzzle Solver
Yet another one of JJ's invaluable tools over at cubicleninja. Use this to solve puzzles in-game or practice solving randomly-generated puzzles while bored at work.
HOWTO: Solve the vale puzzle yourself
SamX's great guide explains how to solve 3x3s, 4x4s, and 5x5s without solvers, cheat sheets or memorization. He clearly explains a simple algorithm for solving that takes virtually all the thinking out of it. No waiting; immediately jump on a puzzle the moment you port in and start solving. Known by many (or at least, by me) as the "neighbors" method, Sam's guide is full of win. Practice his technique using JJ's solver linked in the previous section.
That's all I have for now. Suggestions welcome.