Here are some great fun formatting plug-ins for WordPress – enjoy!
WP Google Fonts – Google’s Font Directory is one of the most valuable contributions to web typography in a really long time. By hosting an assortment of free open source fonts, they have made it practical for anyone to add rich typography to their website with very little hassle.
The Simple Pull Quote provides an easy way for you to insert pull quotes into your posts and pages.
WP Super Edit adds a host of WYSIWYG options to the standard WP visual editor. It adds two full rows of additional features to your visual editor toolbar, including options for applying specific styles and for adding and formatting tables.
WP-Footnotes makes it simple to add footnotes to your posts. Usage is incredibly easy and only requires you to use double-parentheses around your footnote. It does the rest.
Get the Image is a plugin that grabs images for you. It was designed to make the process of things such as adding thumbnails, feature images, and/or other images to your blog much easier, but it’s so much more than that. It is an image-based representation of your WordPress posts.
Testimonial Basics facilitates easy management of customer testimonials. The user can set up an input form in a page or in a widget, and display all or selected testimonials in a page or a widget. The plug in is very easy to use and modify:
TablePress enables you to create and manage tables on your WordPress site. No HTML knowledge is needed, as a comfortable interface allows to easily edit table data. Tables can contain any type of data, even formulas that will be evaluated.
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