Typography is the core of any content management system so as that of WordPress too. Although one can consider choosing any typography example which best suits him or her but to keep the things to an ease, with this article, we have collected some of amazing WordPress typography plugins for you.
WP Google Fonts
The WP Google Fonts plugin allows you to easily add fonts from the Google Font Directory to your WordPress theme. The plugin even make it easier for you to use Google’s free service so as to add high quality fonts to your WordPress powered site.
Ultimate Google Fonts
The plugin will give more than awesome 90 open source fonts. You can choose and customize Google fonts directly from your WordPress admin panel. All you really have to do is that you can enable that font which you really want to use.
Simple Pull Quote
Simple Pull Quote WordPress Plugin provides an easy way for you to insert the pull quotes into your posts and pages. The plugin will let you easily add “Pullquote” button to both the HTML and TinyCE editors.
WP Super Edit
WP Super Edit plugin adds a host of WYSIWVG options to the standard WP visual editor. The plugin adds two full rows of additional features to your visual editor toolbar, including options for applying specific styles and for adding and formatting tables.
PS Disable Auto Formatting
The plugin stops the automatic formatting and the HTML tag removal in the HTML mode of WordPress and generates a natural paragraph and changing line. In short it helps you modify the html source generated by the visual editor.
The plugin allows you to easily implement Cufon into your WordPress blog with all you have to take care of is that you would be converting your fontfiles and upload them into the plugins font directory.
Typecase Web Fonts
Typecase Web Fonts is a unique and easy-to-use typography plugin which allows you to quickly browse, find and select fonts to apply to your website. It embeds over 500 fonts from Google Web Fonts.
AnyFont allows you to automatically set any custom TrueType or OpenType font absolutely anywhere you want on your WordPress site. You can easily embed your custom fonts directly into your web pages using the new “@font-face” CSS rule.