jQuery Typography Plugins
These jQuery typography plugins can help you to create awesome looking websites using only typography.
Since CSS doesn’t give complete down-to-the-letter control so Lettering.js is made to provide you that. It allows you to control
- Kerning Type
- Editorial Design
- Manageable Code
- Complete Control
FitText makes font-sizes adaptive to all resolutions. But make sure that you use it only for large size text, not paragraphs.
As the above one is made only for headings, this plugin is made mostly for the content part.
This jQuery typography plugin allows you to set optical kerning for any font on your website. If you’re longing for beautifully laid out text that today’s browsers just don’t provide, this is the plugin for you.
CSS3, meet kerning. Kerning, meet CSS3. You can Kern, stylize, transform and scale your web type with real CSS3 rules, automatically. All you have to do is add: <script src=”kerning.js”></script> in to your webpage.
It works exactly like that Airport board which announces that your flight has been delayed.
Open this page, locate this text in the screenshot, stare at it for a while.
CSS3 allows to rotate letters, it is quite complicated to arrange each letter along a curved path. Arctext.js let’s you do exactly that.
It helps you to maintain vertical rhythm set by a typographic baseline, even when adding inline images with awkward sizes.
We all know about indent and outdent. Behold, this is the time for exdent. Create stylish blockquotes.
This plugin creates slabbed text. Don’t know what that is? Check out the screenshots.
Kind of a strange effect, but they come very handy sometimes.
This is a famous and very usable typography plugin being used on many sites. It allows the user to increase font size through a single click.
If you’ve ever worked in newspapers on print media designing where had to put loads of content in small spaces, you’ll absolutely love this plugin.
In the early days of world wide web, webpages didn’t have pictures at all… and that trend is coming back. Why? Because pictures don’t have the ability to adjust according to screen resolution, but text can squeeze, expand, move around, break and rejoin.
With the advent of responsive web design, typography based flat designs are gaining more and more popularity.
Everyone is focusing on ‘text based’ websites these these days. Experienced developers believe that ‘text’ is going to be all around us in in near future. That is because images, bitmaps (jpg, png) or vectors (svg, eps), create complications trying to remain device agnostic. But text objects are much easier to manage. They can be moved around, contain handlers and many types of effects… the text elements don’t lose quality.
Of course, the main thing has always been the content, which usually is the text but then again, 99.9%? Yes it is indeed exaggerated but one this is certain, text based websites are liked much more than image based websites.