WOO Shortcodes offer some basic typography customizations that are easy to use and don’t involve lots of crazy coding.Paragraph with a drop cap at the beginning of it. I don’t know how they do this, but I like it. Pretty nice that it’s just a little shortcode and not some, well, longcode. Yuk yuk. Little coding humor there. Going to highlight this bit and then no more highligting. The beauty of shortcodes is that the actual code is hidden behind the scenes and out of the way. This is very important when you update your content so you don’t break things.
[typography font=”Schoolbell” size=”24″ size_format=”px”]This part of the paragraph is in the Schoolbell font. It’s also 24 point. Wow, I didn’t even know this was possible! I thought I had to use just the heading types. Cool-o-rama.[/typography]
[quote]This is a very easy-to-use shortcode that packs in the design punch. Use it sparingly, but use it. There are a few options even in this little part of the shortcode. No float, right, or left. Wow. WOO.[/quote]
Here comes something I haven’t used before. It’s labeled “abbreviation” and I’m not sure what it does. [abbr title=”This is the full text. Oh, I see, maybe it’s a hover-over effect? Cool. “]This is the abbreviation text. [/abbr]
All of this just in a single drop-down as part of a little button as one element of the zillion as to Why WOO Themes? The features just don’t quit.