See it in action on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCk91vAmBRI
Currently, both the Google Web Fonts service and the Fonts.com service are integrated (over 16,800 free and commercial fonts).
If you like the extension, please write a review and help spread the word! The more support the project receives the more likely it will be developed further to include other services (Typekit, Myfonts, etc.)
The extension is language ready, but currently only has English translations. However the fonts available are for a wide variety of character sets (Khmer, Japanese, Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, etc. etc.)
**Important: Both the component and plugin must be installed and enabled. The extension's interface on the admin side supports IE9 and IE8 and current versions of FF, Chrome, Safari, and Opera. The fonts are all managed through the component interface, however users must at least have a base understanding of CSS rules.
You make a good point: the extension is provided *free-of-charge*, but no support is offered. We would love to provide support, but don't currently have the resources to do so. If you require support: please don't download it.
Web Fonts - Amazing and the link to youtube video clip brought it all home to me and I am not a coder!
10 out of 10 to Web Fonts
This is a classy piece of code and thanks for releasing it to the community for free.
- Makes adding subsets of Web Fonts from Google very easy
- Fine control over which elements are affected by the Web Font
- Flags errors in http://validator.w3.org (mainly due to use of "&" instead of "&").
- When searching for fonts to import, the search doesn't always pick up the selection. For example, typing in "Source Sans Pro" returns no results, but if you browse through all the pages / view all (very slow to load), it appears.
Barring those two things... perfect extension. Any plans to be W3 compliant in the next version?
Thanks for your review. The current version is W3C compliant.
Thanks for pointing it out. :)