wp-Hyphenate by KINGdesk

Wp-Hyphenate is a very promis­ing plu­gin for Word­Press, because it enables some typo­graph­i­cal con­trol not pre­vi­ously avail­able for the web:

With it your left aligned text will be less ragged, and your jus­ti­fied text will avoid the ghastly word spac­ing that has pre­vented seri­ous web design­ers from using it.

It’s still in its early stages, but I’m exper­i­ment­ing with it here – using jus­ti­fied para­graphs and block­quotes. Let me know what you think.

Out of the box, the plu­gin broke my linked flickr image codes, so I had to put <a> tags on the whitelist, so the plu­gin ignores any linked text. Hope­fully that issue will be addressed in the future.

UPDATE: Nov 16, 2008 – Jeff King has updated his plu­gin to address the issue described above.

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