Typography is just as important to your website design as the images, layout, or any other element. WordPress has pretty decent typography features in the core installation. Luckily adding some cool text or even text effects is simple if you are using the WordPress platform even when you can’t read or write code. In this article we’ve compiled a list of free WordPress typography plugins for your WordPress blogs. With the help of these goodies you can adjust your blog/website typography making it more eye-friendly.
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1. WP Google Fonts
Google’s free font directory is one of the most exciting developments in web typography in a very long time.
2. Initial Letter
Initial Letter is a plugin that adds style options so you can change the size, color, and font of the first letter of each paragraph within a post.
3. Typecase Web Fonts
Typecase is a web font management plugin that allows you to browse, search, and embed over 500 fonts from Google Web Fonts.
4. Captain Typekit
You can easily include Typekit’s embed code with this handy plugin. Just install, enter your Typekit Kit ID and Captain Typekit will take care of the rest.
5. Google Web Fonts for WordPress
Google Web Fonts for WordPress is a plugin that makes it easy to import fonts for use in theme stylesheets.
6. Ultimate Google Fonts
With this Google fonts plugin you have more than awesome 90 open source fonts at your disposal! Choose and customize Google fonts directly from your WordPress admin panel!
AnyFont allows you to automatically set any custom TrueType or OpenType font absolutely anywhere you want on your WordPress site.
8. Line In Typography for WordPress
This plugin allows you to overlay a 12 or 16 column fluid grid to check your positioning when developing fluid or responsive sites.
9. HTML Editor Type
The HTML editor has not received a lot of love. The type is too small, especially when you see it in the new distraction-free writing mode.
This Plugin makes it totally easy to implement Cufon into your WordPress Blog. The only thing you have to do is converting your fontfiles and upload them into the plugins font directory.
11. Text Control
Take complete control of text formatting options on your blog: Formatting and encoding per post, globally on posts, and globally on comments.
12. PS Disable Auto Formatting
PS Disable Auto Formatting prevents WordPress from applying its own auto formatting functions to your posts and pages.
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