Adds BODY classes to allow CSS customize the size of various fonts, and layouts of a page. Uses AJAX to store state in session.
There is none. The only configuration can be done by adding the below constants to your wp-config.php file. You'll need to author your CSS to take advantage of the stateful classes added to the element.
Add the following constants to your wp-config.php file, adjusting the levels to your liking.
define('WP_FONTSIZE_MAX', 7); define('WP_FONTSIZE_DEFAULT', 3); define('WP_FONTSIZE_MIN', 1);
This disables the CSS that lays out the font size indicator in the top right of the screen. Use this to override the CSS with your own styles.
This lets you use the plugin inside a template, by using the wp_fontsize::html() method. This will display the interface using the tag:
<?php wp_fontsize::html(); ?>
To disable the default html adjustor, make sure you add this to your wp-config.php:
Requires: 3.0.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.0
Last Updated: 2013-6-5
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