Facelift Image Replacment is a script that generates image representations of text on your web page in fonts that visitors would not be able to see.
PHP and GD. Little testing has been done with different versions of PHP. If you have PHP 5 with GD enabled you shouldn't have any problems. PHP 4 currently has some issues but should be resolved in the next release of Facelift. A newer version of ImageMagick (6.3.7+) is required for the FancyFonts and QuickEffects plugins.
If GD is not installed on your server you will have to recompile PHP to include GD. If you are comfortable in WHM for cPanel, you can do that under the "Update Apache" tab (check the "GD" box). Check your settings carefully (especially the PHP version - cPanel may try to change it) before you hit build. Plesk and ISPConfig should have GD enabled by default. If you are not comfortable doing it yourself, ask your hosting company to do it for you. (Thanks Steve!)
wp-content/plugins/facelift-image-replacement/facelift/config-flir.phpto be writable (
chmod a+w config-flir.php).
wp-content/plugins/facelift-image-replacement/facelift/cacheto be writable (
chmod a+w /cache).
wp-content/plugins/facelift-image-replacement/facelift/fontsfolder. 6 Make sure you have the
wp_footer()call in the footer of your template See
config-flir.phpmust be writable for changes to take effect.