The Google Web Fonts API allows you to quickly and easily use a database of open source fonts in your websites. These fonts work in pretty much all modern browsers and come in a wide variety of styles.
My latest WordPress plugin – Google Fonts PRO for WordPress gives you instant access to the 220 beautiful, open source fonts in Google’s API. Best of all, all it takes to use the fonts in your site is simple point and click the fonts you want to use in certain parts of your site!
Check out the demo video here: http://vimeo.com/23935681
Best of all this easy to use, powerful plugin is only $6 bucks! With your purchase you get access to free updates, support, and new fonts as Google makes them availbile in the API.
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I have gotten some emails and comments about Facebook Traff Pop (FBTP) for WordPress and WordPress Like Locker this is an easier way to give everyone the full deets. Mainly some people were affected by Facebooks recent API issues in which the edge.create callback were not firing. This would cause any callback after clicking the like button to take place and was intermitent for about a week. Facebook’s bug page here. Most people had no problem but for those who did it seems to be working again as of a few days ago.
Cookies – Cookie management has been improved in both version of FBTP as well as Like Locker. All source code + CSS is now loaded trough WordPress’ built in enqueue_script/style function to make the plugins more efficient. I am also adding jQuery.noConflict() into all of the plugins to keep them from getting the dreaded xxFunctionNamexx is not a function error that some people get with a high number of JQ plugins.
All of the above is done all thats less is a couple new features that will allow Facebook Like Locker and FBTP to work together seamlessly. All of these updates will be in the review queue on CodeCanyon next week as always a free download for current buyers.
Also just got a great request for escape + click outside of the box to close features.
I have just uploaded the new 1.6 version of Facebook Traffic Pop for WordPress. It should fix a lot of headaches and comes with one small new feature:
Traffic Pop not working on anything but home page – A lot of people who used highly customized URL structures for their sites reported the pop up would only show on the home page and no sub pages. The error was bad file URL’s causing 404 errors for the scripts needed to run Traffic Pop and has been updated to use WordPress’s built in blog_info functions to get the correct file URLs regardless of your URL rewrites.
“FacebookTrafficPop is not a function” Error – I have also done some reading and changed out the ‘$’ signs that I believe were causing a lot of people’s installs to halt because of the way WordPress handles the signs internally. jQuery noConflict has been added and should ensure smooth sailing from now on.
New Feature - Opacity. You can now set the background opacity from the settings page in your WordPress admin panel.
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