1. WP Typography (FREE)
Wp-Typography can easily be ported to any other PHP based content management system. A sister project — PHP Typography assembles all typographic functionality (without any WordPress specific code) in an object oriented format that is ready for WordPress independent use.
2. Simple Pull Quote (FREE)
Simple Pull Quote WordPress Plugin provides an easy way for you to insert pull quotes into your posts and pages. It adds an easy-to-use “Pull quote” button to both the HTML and TinyMCE editors.
3. Any Font (FREE)
Any Font allows you to automatically set any custom TrueType or Open Type font absolutely anywhere you want on your WordPress site.
4. WP Google Fonts (FREE)
Google’s free font directory is one of the most exciting developments in web typography in a very long time. The amazing rise of this new font resource has made this plugin the most popular font plugin on WordPress and it shows no signs of stopping. While font plugin solutions like Fontburner.com have helped bring rich typography to WordPress themes, the selection of fonts easily available to the average blogger have been limited.
5. The TTF Titles WordPress Plugin (FREE)
This plugin lets you use images to replace the titles of your posts, thus circumventing the problem of guessing what fonts your end-users might have installed.
6. Options Framework (FREE)
The Options Framework Plugin makes it easy to include an options panel in any WordPress theme. It was built so developers can concentrate on making the actual theme rather than spending time creating an options panel from scratch.
7. Google Web Fonts for WordPress ($6)
Google Fonts Pro is a premium WordPress plugin that allows you to instantly access over 200 of Google’s Web Fonts with power and ease. You can take full control over the font and typography used on your site in a matter of minutes!
8. WordPress Font Resizer ($5)
Font-Resizer is premium WordPress plug-in that gives your visitors the ability to resize font size on your blog. Font-Resizer can remember your font settings and is fully customizable. It can be integrated in any part/place on your WordPress blog. For more information, check out the FAQ .
9. FontPress ($15)
Personalize your WordPress website with customized fonts. With FontPress you can do that without putting your hands on any files or writing a line of code. Forget wasting time on editing your CSS or JS files to test a single font, with FontPress it’s all simple and fast.
10. WordPress Typography Plugin ($15)
WordPress Typography Plugin enables you manage entire typography of your WordPress website. You can modify ANY part of your WordPress website on ANY WordPress theme.
Which of the above plug-ins you liked the most? Do you use any plug-in for typographical requirements on your WordPress website? Let me know in the comments below.