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Roadmap for future releases (10 posts)

  1. Sunny Johal - Titanium Themes
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    Here are the features/changes that we are planning to make to our Easy Google Fonts Plugin in future:

    High Priority Features

    • Add Background Color Control
    • Add Margin Controls in the Customizer
    • Add Padding Controls in the Customizer
    • Add Border Controls in the Customizer
    • Rewrite the Customizer integration in order to increase performance.

    Secondary Features/Actions

    • Allow the user to scroll through fonts using the mouse wheel (Note: it is already possible to scroll through preview fonts in the customizer using the up/down buttons on your keyboard)
    • Rewrite the plugin using Object Oriented principles
    • Create a github repo for this plugin

    If you have used our plugin and have an idea for a new feature for this plugin, please comment below and we will add it to our development roadmap in the future if it is viable. Thanks for using our plugin, we hope you find it useful!

    Also if you are interested in becoming a beta tester for this plugin please shoot us an e-mail at support@titaniumthemes.com

    Thanks,
    Sunny

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-google-fonts/

  2. WebTrooper
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    I just tried Easy Google Fonts and I love it! The list of upcoming features is impressive. I'd like to suggest also background images with settings, and title/tagline fonts. Then EGF would cover all the basics of most themes.

    Thanks for sharing this totally awesome plugin. :)

  3. Sunny Johal - Titanium Themes
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 months ago #

    Hi WebTrooper,
    Thanks for the kind words, glad you find the plugin useful! Just to give you an update I have completed most of the above all that's left is the border controls. A few things:

    • When you say title/tagline fonts could you give me an example please?
    • Could you give me a good use case for adding background images to font elements? The intention of this plugin is to solely control typography, I don't want to roam outside of this too much and add too many settings, but if you can give me a good use case I'm open to considering it.

    Sunny

  4. WebTrooper
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    I should have said share some thoughts rather than suggestions, as I was really just thinking aloud. Background image is in reference to your adding background color control. Hmm.... I was thinking body background, but now I realize you're referring to font background. My mistake. :)

    By title/tagline I'm referring to the site logo, assuming they're not using a graphic logo, and the slogan below it, "Just another WordPress blog. But I realize that may not be practical, since different themes would require different ways to target those elements, beyond the standard header and p tags.

    Anyway, it's a great plugin. I'm setting up a multisite community and I know the bloggers are going to enjoy using it.

  5. WebTrooper
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    header tags (h1-h6) don't work on most of the templates I've tried. Using Chrome code inspector I can get them to work by adding !important to the style inspector. Is there a way I can add !important to the css generated by egf?

    Thanks

  6. Sunny Johal - Titanium Themes
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 months ago #

    Hi,
    Please could you start a new thread on the support forum and I'll be happy to give you a hand with that.

    Sunny

  7. reydelleonm
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi there,

    Amazing plugin I have to say. I would like to request a feature: make the settings available in the multisite admin Dashboard, to be able to define the behaviour in the individual websites.

    It would be awesome if in addition to create controls, you offered the possibility to select which of the default controls are available, sometimes I need to give the users only some options to cutomize.

    Thanks for your great work!

  8. Sunny Johal - Titanium Themes
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi,
    Thanks for your input, much appreciated. I'm interested in exploring the multi-site settings page further and will look into it for a future release (however I won't be adding an interface to control which default controls are available as this can be done using php). Thanks for your great suggestion!

    Sunny

    P.S Just wondering if you could rate the plugin when you get a spare moment. Thanks :)

  9. wjwc
    Member
    Posted 3 months ago #

    Can i suggest a font preview in the dropdown selection? And also a possibility to target css element and put in the selector box without knowing too much of the technical know-how.

  10. avrdev
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    Yet another enthusiastic user here - but too much is never enough!!

    I'm working with a child theme of Pexeto's Dandelion. I've made a number of customization's to various font elements that now live in 'style.css'

    It seems with this PI, I'll be able to clean out the style file - but - the menu in 'Typography' will be getting a bit long. Just wondering if it might be useful to have two sub-menus under 'Typography' : "Core" and "Custom" - or something like that. In the Core would be all the core H1...H6 elements - and such, and under the Custom would be those user-created items. Just to keep the menu-length from getting out of hand.
    =Alan R.

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