Typecase is a web font management plugin that allows you to browse, search, and embed over 650 fonts from Google Web Fonts.
I sell themes and so regularly get requests from customers to use their own Google Fonts. I've been recommending this plugin and found it very useful for allowing non-technical users to select and load their own Google Fonts.
It does require a little bit of knowledge to assign the appropriate CSS selectors to each font. But it really cuts down on my support load.
Browsing, finding and loading a font is so easy. My customers love it.
I have spent a great deal of time creating my custom CSS, and there is not one bit of instruction on how to incorporate the fonts into existing CSS. The statement "Your theme sucks", is moronic and childish to say the least. The developer of this plugin seems to want everyone to scrap their existing CSS and just add the classes that he wants you to use.
Its much easier to just declare the google font in my CSS. This plugin is useless. I wish I could give it less than one star.
This plugin is a real timesaver when using Google Webfonts.
Instructions are tragically incomplete. 'Your theme sucks' is not a troubleshooting tip.
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