Support » Plugin: Fonts Plugin | Google Fonts Typography » Fine little plugin with some interesting premium features

  • Fonts Plugin | Google Fonts Typography lets you choose Google fonts for your website, even if your theme does not offer that feature out of the box.

    Advanced users needing to host google fonts locally can go premium for a bunch of extra features.

    Plugin author is super responsive, highly appreciated.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by Bjarne Oldrup. Reason: Apparently not supporting blockquotes
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    • This topic was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by Bjarne Oldrup. Reason: Updated to reflect improvements in plugin description
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  • Plugin Author Danny Cooper

    (@dannycooper)

    Hi @oldrup,

    You make a good point about detailing the differences between the free and premium version. I will add this to the website as soon as possible.

    My aim when building the free version is to enable anyone to use Google Fonts on their website in the easiest way possible.

    The premium version (Fonts Plugin Pro) is for the 1% of users who require advanced features (local hosting, custom elements, font uploads).

    I’m sorry the free version didn’t meet your expectations, I will work to fix that.

    Let me know if I can help with anything else.

    Thanks

    Thread Starter Bjarne Oldrup

    (@oldrup)

    Hi Danny. Thank you very much for clearing things up.

    I totally respect the reasons to differentiate between a lite and premium versions, and simply listing the differences in the WordPress plugin repository, could make it clear to me and others what to expect if choosing Google Fonts Repository. I think that complies with the WordPress.org rules, at least many other developers follows that approach.

    Again, thanks for your feedback.

    Bjarne

    Plugin Author Danny Cooper

    (@dannycooper)

    Hi again Bjarne (@oldrup),

    I just wanted to follow up and let you know the comparison is now live – https://fontsplugin.com/free-vs-pro/

    It’s also listed on the wordpress.org plugin page.

    If you have any more ideas on how we can clarify the free/pro distinction I’d be happy to hear them.

    I’m thankful for your feedback so far!

    Thread Starter Bjarne Oldrup

    (@oldrup)

    Great job @dannycooper making it crystal clear what to expect in the free version, and what you’d want to go premium for. I personally appreciate the transparency a lot. Thank you!

    Bjarne

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