Google Fonts in WordPress

I’m feeling a bit over-excited at the moment because I can now add any Google font to any page or post on my blog.  I just checked and as I write this there are 629 web fonts available in the Google font library.

I have a small sub-set of those installed here on my blog and I’d like to show a selection of those to you here as I feel these are amongst the most useful when writing.

Please note that these are all TEXT and NOT GRAPHICS.

You can swipe across them and copy the content to test it out if you don’t believe me.  😉

Architects Daughter

Bangers

Chewy

Gloria Hallelujah

Henny Penny (Harry Potter I reckon)

Indie Flower

Knewave

Kranky

Love Ya Like A Sister

Permanent Marker

Rock Salt

Slackey  (this looks like the SpongeBob font)

Special Elite  (a typewriter style font – very nice)

I like to think you’d agree with me when I say this is pretty amazing.

Most important though is it’s incredibly easy to use and to add new fonts.

If you want to be able to do this too, then you need this:-

http://www.frankhaywood.com/wso-10ssp/

-Frank

 

Mascot Creator Toolkit Review

I just love this, it’s great.

IF you haven’t yet got it, then I think you might want to take a look.

http://www.frankhaywood.com/mascot-creator-toolkit/

I’ve been playing with it (the toolkit) for a couple of hours, and while I was changing the hair and the suit colour and the shoes etc, it of course attracted the attention of my family.

“Ooh! That’s good! Can I have a go?” – “No gerroff…”

But of course I had to let them have a play because it really is very cool and it’s got my brain gears working. More on that another time.

So what do you get?

  • The main PSD with 200+ layers. If you’re using PhotoShop you just turn layers on and off – it’s a piece of cake.
  • Transparent PNG files if you don’t have Photoshop. That way you can use Paint.net or The GIMP or whatever else you prefer.
  • A cheat sheet for managing the layers.
  • A tutorial document on using it without PhotoShop.

It’s a tremendously useful tool to own and if you have clients you can get your purchase price back with one use of it for them – they WILL be impressed!

Here’s the link to the toolkit.

http://www.frankhaywood.com/mascot-creator-toolkit/

-Frank Haywood

By |July 6th, 2012|internet business, Templates|Comments Off on Mascot Creator Toolkit Review

TEN Pack of Squeeze Templates

Offer Closed

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Last Wednesday I released five very cool sales pages for the Page Template Plugin (offer now closed), and today I’m releasing 10 brand new SQUEEZE page templates for the plugin.

The price is just $10 for all TEN ($1 each!) and is good for the next 48 hours, then they all get a price of $7 apiece.  That’s a saving of sixty-three dollars.

Please don’t miss this one, once the site and affiliate scheme is live then there will be plenty of affiliates sending in traffic and this deal will be gone forever.

At just $1 each today, I don’t believe there’s any good reason not to get them while you can.

This is just one of the ways of me saying thank you for being a subscriber.  I know there are plenty of marketers out there who would be charging a LOT more than I’ve ever asked from any of my subscribers.

The sale goes live today at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST) and is good for 48 hours from then and then it’s over.

I mean it.  😉

I know these templates are very popular and that’s why I’ve put together this sale – I’ve had lots of people ask me where are the new squeeze pages, and this sale is my response.

You’re welcome.

I’ll drop you a line later today when it starts, but in the meantime you can see 60% screenshots of the templates on the links below, or you can just click off to the Page Template Plugin site and look at the Examples drop-down for Squeeze Pages.

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-Frank Haywood

MORE Templates for the Page Template Plugin

Offer Closed

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Don’t miss this one.

We’ve all been busy here at this end prepping a big pile of sales and squeeze page templates to work with the latest version of the Page Template Plugin (PTP).  We’re almost done and another few days and they should all be up to date.

In case you don’t have a clue what I’m talking about, the PTP allows you to select a page design that’s completely different in appearance to the rest of your blog.  The sales page templates are probably the most flexible as you can use them not just for sales pages, but as designs you can use to highlight special offers on products you may be promoting as an affiliate.

By default WordPress doesn’t allow you to do that, but that’s something the PTP fixes.

As we complete the conversions we’ll add more and more to the PTP web site – there’s a nice selection of examples on there already.

Then when we’re ready and we make the site live, then each individual template will cost a very reasonable $7 apiece.  You can pick and choose and at that price it won’t hurt anybody’s pocket.

But before I do that, I’m releasing some bundle packs of five templates at a time for just $10 total per pack which is a substantial saving over the full price of the individual templates and will give you that extra bit of choice when you want to add some unique looking pages to your blogs.

The first sale of these additional templates starts today at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST) for just $10 and for just 48 hours.

The templates themselves are being converted right now and will be available later today, but you can see 60% screenshot images of each of the templates on offer below.

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-Frank Haywood