jQuery plugins: 10 helpers for better-looking fonts


By , October 19th, 2015 , Tags: , 0 Comments

jQuery plugins: 10 helpers for better-looking fonts

For web designers, it is good form, if possible in CSS to put. However, CSS has limitations and some of them can be quite loose with JavaScript. Particularly with regard to typography, there are a wealth of jQuery plugins, their use can be worthwhile. Some of them we want to introduce you.

jQuery plugins for typography there are many: of helpers for the implementation of @ font-face to plug-ins that enhance the usability and functionality of web fonts.Ken Hattori has on Six Revisions, a list of eleven jQuery plugins  put together, which are well worth a look.

BigText: jQuery plugin for rough 

This jQuery plugin adjusts the size of the text so that it fits into the parent element. The plugin works dynamically in editable text fields.

Lettering.js: Complete control over typography 

Lettering.js enables dynamic and unusual typography. The jQuery plugin has to give the claim, web designers full control over the typography of a website. Even individual letters can be manipulated.

jMetronome: jQuery plugin for typography with rhythm 

For a successful typography includes the arrangement of text, white rooms, etc. One speaks of typographic rhythm, which constitutes not only the aesthetics of a site, but also their readability. This jQuery plugin is to make it easier for web designers, even with lots of pictures, tables and similar items not missing a typographic clock.

FitText: Responsive Typography 

Those who value responsive web design, can be found in this jQuery plugin probaten a helper. FitText skalliert based on the viewport size of the browser automatically text elements.

Font Effect: grandstanding with jQuery 

This jQuery plugin can be effects like shadows, gradients, reflections and implement similar.The plugin is suitable for cases in which you for some reason must always rely on JavaScript instead CSS3.

jQuery Approach: Motion sensor for text 

This jQuery plugin can affect how text elements vary depending on their proximity to the mouse pointer. This means that the plugin is particularly suitable for interactive Web pages.

jqlso Text: Flexible Typography 

This jQuery plugin provides text elements with a bow effect.

Airport: Scoreboard for web designers with wanderlust 

Airport provides text with an animation such as those found at airports and railway stations scoreboards, imitates.

jQuery Glow: Mouse-over effects 

This jQuery plugin can implement a glow effect, which occurs when the user moves the mouse over certain passages of text.

jQuery Plugin Text Resizer: When it comes down to the right size 

The jQuery plugin adds a Web site by default three commands added. Visitors can then change the font size with this.






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