Typogriphy for WordPress

At the end of last May, Jeff Croft announced a library of Django template filters that employ several rules to automatically improve web typography:

Bless them. Unfortunately, what I really wanted was somebody to make this into a plugin for WordPress. Wouldn’t that be nice.

Ladies and gentlemen…now we have it:

Thank goodness. I’ve already got it up and running.

On a side note, Typogrify includes the plugin widont, created by Shaun Inman. I had never heard of this plugin before. Basically, it prevents widows in your type.

[…] the widont filter replaces the space between the last two words in an HTML element with   to ensure you never have just one word on it’s own line […]

Very clever.

Via Vitamin.

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