I have spent the last couple of weekends working on version 1.0 of AnyFont, which I was initially planning on releasing this weekend. I have decided to rather hold off releasing it until next weekend though to allow some more time for testing.
For those who cant wait though, read on to see the list of new features, some screenshots and to download the beta release.
New Features in version 1.0
- Option to automatically change menu text for menu’s generated with wp_list_pages or wp_page_menu. Included in this feature is the ability to assign styles for hover(mouseover) and the active page.
- New settings page to assign styles to text after the page has loaded by using CSS selectors - moved to version 1.1
- Automatic plugin “health” checks with alerts and tips on how to solve the problem should the plugin not be able to automatically fix it.
- Cache management options to limit the amount of disk space AnyFont can use for saving fonts and caching images.
- Advanced controls for power users that want to set custom locations for saving fonts or cache files.
- New style option to add extra padding to an image should you find your text is getting cut off.
Along with some serious code optimisations made with this release, I have made a point of tackling every issue reported and implemented steps to ensure those problems would not occur again so easily. If you one of those who reported an issue, I just want to say thanks! And if I have not replied to your post or bug report as yet, please accept my apologies, I will be making a point of replying to everyone shortly.
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Download the beta!
Last updated: 5th December, 2011
WordPress plugin page | Download version 1.0-beta | Download latest stable (2.2.3)
Should anyone find a bug while testing, please alert me to the problem by adding a comment below.
Thanks and enjoy!