Love this plugin!
Just setup my blog and installed this awesome plugin.
Purchased the upgrade and added custom fonts. It was so easy!
I have been using this plugin since the initial launch and never had any problems with it.
It's simple, always works and has never broken.
New: You can also add your own selection of Google or Custom fonts including premium fonts, to your editor:
but you will have to pay big amount of money just to get instructions how to do this...
This is really interesting. And ugly.
Why not tell on plugin page that it will cost to get other fonts?
Basically what the title says:
- the plugin works
- it's really easy and straightforward to use if all you want to do is switch between Verdana, Comic Sans, Arial, etc, and thus, still very useful.
That said, I only gave it 3 stars because it's advertised as being able to add Google Fonts (& custom fonts) to your post editor ... so I installed it. I didn't check the instruction articles out ... but they are behind a paywall. I don't resent that, it just should be made clear that the plugin's full functionality is locked behind a paywall.
Lightweight, easy to use and works great. This is one that donated to since I like it that much.
By Jove!... this made changing the fonts of a standard template a simple page by page deal.
I think that what the plugin provides is very useful for site's final user, who does not know anything about css. I think it should be in WP editor core... Thank you!
Easy to install and use. Have had no problems, though i do have a wish.
I wish it included Century Gothic because it has better readability than any supplied.
The fonts plugin worked great for a while! Everything I hoped the plugin would do worked flawlessly. However, the plugin disappeared. I have activated and deactivated the font plugin. Uninstalled the plugin and promptly installed a replacement. For some reason the two buttons do not appear in the text or visual mode. Quite a few others have had the same problem, and the problem is then reported as fixed without an explanation of what happened.
Here is the site I am working on, let me know if you see what I have done wrong or what I failed to do:
I am using WordPess 3.9.1. This is my first WordPress website and I suspect the fault with this plugin not working rests on my shoulders. The font plugin is a great product, until the plugin does a Houdini act.
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