Improve your web typography with: hyphenation, space control, intelligent character replacement, and CSS hooks.
FAQs are maintained at the wp-Typography website.
Three questions come up so frequently, we will republish their answers here:
Yes. Use WP Super Cache.
More likely than not, your WordPress theme is using an improper function to set the title attribute of your heading's link. It is probably using the
the_title() function, which delivers the post title after filtering. It should be using
the_title_attribute() which delivers the post title before filtering. Change out this function throughout your theme when it is used inside of an HTML tag, and the problem should go away.
If you are uncomfortable editing your theme's code, you may alternatively go to the wp-Typography settings page in your admin panel and add
h2 to the "Do not process the content of these HTML elements:" field. This will disable typographic processing within improperly designed page title links and page titles.
There is an error in the core of WordPress (as of version 2.8.1) that uses the wrong function to provide post titles for secondary RSS feeds (like RSS feeds for single page comments or categories. This error will return any HTML tags used for CSS Hooks or character styling, and the tags will be visible when someone clicks on the RSS icon in the address bar of their browser. If this bothers you, your only option (until WordPress corrects this error) is to disable all typographic processing in your page titles as described in the paragraph above. Updates on this WordPress bug may be followed here.
This plugin is an official replacement for the wp-Typogrify plugin. Please uninstall wp-Typogrify and install wp-Typography in its place.
Remember, many more FAQs are are addressed the wp-Typography website.