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PressWork Demo

PressWork Demo

Presswork is a free WordPress Framework for designers, developers & publishers.
Front-end Editor. Style without any code and take full control.

The idea is simple – let’s put the power of PressWork in the front-end. We wanted to give designers, developers, and publishers alike the ability to make all changes in a live preview environment while taking advantage of everything that WordPress already has to offer.

  • AndrewG,
  • July 13, 2011

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Andrew is the chief editor of Splashnology blog. He has many years of experience within the web design industry and has a passion for the latest web technologies. 3D Models Marketplace

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  • Thanks for posting this!

    -Brendan Sera-Shriar founder of PressWork and senior designer/evangelist

  • TaoWoman

    Hi,

    Great demo.  I’m using a different system at the moment but checking out WordPress/Presswork.  I was wondering if you have had any issues with the Google Fonts.  For example, I tried using “Tangerine” as the site name and page header in the other system I am using.  But because “Tangerine” is small I had to make the font size a lot larger.  The problem was that there were browsers that didn’t recognize the font and instead would substitute something like Arial.  Because of the difference in the font size, the text would appear very large in those browsers.  Other than that concern, I like what I see so far.

  • Thanks for posting this!

    -Brendan Sera-Shriar founder of PressWork and senior designer/evangelist

  • TaoWoman

    Hi,

    Great demo.  I’m using a different system at the moment but checking out WordPress/Presswork.  I was wondering if you have had any issues with the Google Fonts.  For example, I tried using “Tangerine” as the site name and page header in the other system I am using.  But because “Tangerine” is small I had to make the font size a lot larger.  The problem was that there were browsers that didn’t recognize the font and instead would substitute something like Arial.  Because of the difference in the font size, the text would appear very large in those browsers.  Other than that concern, I like what I see so far.