WordPress is the most popular and common blogging way to interact with bloggers, and get the maximum of your target audience. The best thing about it is that you can find many plugins, whether you want to change the basic text or something advance, you will always find a plugin.
A plugin is a set of software components that adds specific abilities to a larger software application. Plugins are commonly used in web browsers to play video, scan for viruses, display new file types, etc. WordPress Plugins are used for different functions that can enhance the overall quality of a blog andone can find different types of Plugins to fulfill their needs.
Today I have compiled a list of 25+ WordPress Typography Plugins for our designer readers….take a look!
Allows you to automatically replaces any selected words with a graphical replacement.
2- WP Footnotes
Allows you to create footnotes within your blog.
3- Theme options
This plugin manages theme customization. Everything is managed in the WordPress Backend. Code snippets can be activated, copied, created, deactivated, deleted, edited, and uploaded.
It allows you to replace headers with any true type font you wish to use.
5- Dynamic Font Replacement
Use your own TTF- or otf-fonts with WordPress. Seo-friendly, fast and easy. The plugin does display the document and replace the text in the background. The actual source code does remain the same. This way search engines won’t have any problems reading and indexing. The conversion is quick and easy. You won’t need to implement any extra CSS files because the plug-in does detect the tags used and replaces them automatically.
6- Shadowbox JS
7- Simple Pull Quote
The Simple Pull Quote WordPress Plugin provides an easy way for you to insert pull quotes.
8- jQuery Font Resizer
This offers three links to change the size of the font on your blog to enhanced readability.
9- WP Typography
Adds a number of typography features to your blog including Hyphenation, Spacing control, Intelligent character replacement as well as CSS hooks.
10- Drop Caps
The Drop Caps plugin lets you add a customized drop cap to each of your posts and pages (or even comments and other excerpts), similar to what’s commonly done in print publications. It can also be used to create other types of initials. The plugin has been tested with WP 2.3 up through 2.7.1.
Use any TrueType or OpenType font to replace standard fonts anywhere on your site using images or webfonts! New in 2.2: IIS is now fully supported!
12- Font Burner Control Panel
Typography on the web is very limiting. Luckily you have options when it comes to improving the fonts on your site. The Font Burner Control Panel plugin allows you to easily add any of the 1000+ free fonts available on the Font Burner website to your WordPress theme. Simply find a font you like and type it’s name into this plugin and your headlines will instantly be transformed! You don’t need to know how to use sifr, you don’t have to customize your theme. You don’t need Flash. Font Burner is the easiest way to bring rich typography into your WordPress theme.
13- Developer Formatter
14- Google Syntax Highlighter for WordPress
This plugin makes using the Google Syntax highlighter by Alex Gorbatchev to highlight code snippets within WordPress simple.
15- Title Style
You can use this plugin to wrap lowercase words or words like “the”, “of” or “a” in em, span or div elements with custom class names. Helpful if you want to automatically style parts of your headlines.
CodeColorer adds syntax highlighting to code snippets placed on your blog. It’s a great plugin to use if you frequently post code snippets, such as on a web design or development blog. It works with version 2.7 up through 2.8.4
17- Text Control
Allows full control over text formatting options on your WordPress install.
18- PS Disable Auto Formatting
If you are annoyed by the habit of the WordPress automatic formatting, try this plugin.
PS Disable Auto Formatting stops automatic formatting of WordPress (wpautop), and modifies the HTML source generated by the visual editor.
This plugin stops the automatic formatting of WordPress (wpautop), and modifies the HTML source generated by the visual editor.
When editing it in the HTML mode, it stops unintended removal of br tag and p tag, either addition or p tag.
And when editing in the visual mode, it achieves to generate a natural changing line and paragraph that you will intend.
19- WP Google Fonts
Google’s free font directory is one of the most exciting developments in web typography in a very long time. The amazing rise of this new font resource has made this plugin the most popular font plugin on WordPress and it shows no signs of stopping. While font plugin solutions like FontBurner.com have helped bring rich typography to WordPress themes, the selection of fonts easily available to the average blogger has been limited. The WP Google Font plugin makes it even easier to use Google’s free service to add high-quality fonts to your WordPress powered site. Not only does this plugin add the necessary Google code, but it also gives you the ability to assign the Google fonts to specific CSS elements of your website from within the WordPress admin. Or if you would rather, you can target the Google fonts from your own theme’s stylesheet.
20- After the Deadline
Grammatical and Spelling mistakes are strict to be avoided in the content if a blogger wishes to create a positive impression among the visitors. This plug-in provides the required help and checks style, spelling and grammar for any error using artificial intelligence. It is quite a useful plug-in as visitors like to read content free from such errors.
21- Options Framework
The Options Framework Plugin makes it easy to include an options panel in any WordPress theme. It was built so that theme developers can concentrate on making the actual theme rather than spending a ton of time on creating an options panel from scratch. It’s free to use in both commercial and personal projects, just like WordPress itself.
22- Smooth Slider
23- Code Snippet
Code Snippet is a WordPress plugin for displaying code with highlighting in blog posts using the GeSHi engine.
WP-Syntax provides clean syntax highlighting using GeSHi — supporting a wide range of popular languages. It supports highlighting with or without line numbers and maintains formatting while copying snippets of code from the browser.
25- Real WYSIWYG Plugin
The Real WYSIWYG plugin turns the TinyMCE Visual Editor into a real WYSIWYG editor. TinyMCE allows you to import style sheets into the editor window. The Real WYSIWYG plugin uses this ability to import your theme’s style sheet, allowing it to display the post as it will look when published.
26- WP SynHighlight
Plugin provides syntax highlighting for about 116 programming languages via Geshi.