Support » Plugin: SiteOrigin CSS » Of course the only function I need is premium…

  • Another plugin that knows people want to change the hero typeface, and so that’s the one thing you CAN’T do in the free version.
    I’m doing this for a non-profit and pro bono, so that’s really disappointing.

    • This topic was modified 5 months, 4 weeks ago by 1stSage.
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  • Plugin Author Andrew Misplon

    (@misplon)

    Hi @1stlorient

    Thanks for leaving a review and sharing your feedback.

    The Google Fonts field is the only premium setting in SiteOrigin CSS, every other setting and feature is part of the core plugin which is free and supported.

    If you open a support topic, we’d be happy to assist with your question.

    I believe you know that font adjustment is the most sought-after function, and that’s why it’s ‘premium’.
    How about making some other feature a premium one instead??
    I’M DOING THIS FOR A NON-PROFIT
    i’M DOING THIS PRO BONO

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 4 weeks ago by 1stSage.
    Plugin Author Andrew Misplon

    (@misplon)

    If you open a support topic https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/so-css/ and let us know the font you’d like to use and also include a link to your site, we’d be happy to assist.

    SiteOrigin CSS is almost completely free. The plugin is actively maintained and supported by paid developers and a support team. If you’d like to follow the plugin’s development, you can on GitHub. Reserving one setting in the entire plugin is more than reasonable, I’m sorry you feel it isn’t. If you open a support topic at the link provided in the first paragraph and provide information regarding the site, the text being changed, and the font choice we’ll be happy to assist with the change you’re looking to make.

    Thank you. Really I just want to control that change myself.

    There are three visual css editors i know of; this, yellow pencil and css hero. You ALL reserve that one SAME ATTRIBUTE, THE FONT FAMILY, to charge $ for.

    What a coincidence. I don’t suppose the three are aware of that fact? … they must all profit from that coincidence. I spy a niche for a new plugin developer.

    How about making font changes available to people who are working for free, for non-profits?

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