Last week, I was asked to try out and review the Zedity Plugin for WordPress. Zedity is a premium plugin that allows you create blog posts with ease. You can quickly create numerous text effects, drop in documents & videos, and more.
Once the plugin is installed, it will show a small icon in the editing bar. When you click it, you are taken to a popup interface that allows you to get to work on your effects. You can do your entire post in it, or small bits like the one able. All the work is saved when you are finished and is placed in the post as an object that you can then move around. Since it’s going in as an object, you will need to make sure that you adjust the size…which is very simple. All you do is drag the edges of the white grid space up or down to scale the size while you have the editor open. On the object above, I left a little space around the edges.
You can also add in more fonts or adjust/remove the Zedity logo. Those options are in the settings, which you access on the blog side menu. I took a screen cap of part of my layout to show you. In the off chance that you need to adjust a Zedity object, all you have to do is click on it. You will see the Zedity button pop up, as well a duplicate button and a delete button. Just click on the Zedity button and you are taken back to the editor. You can also look below to see what images can look like with Zedity as well. Keep in mind, I left all the examples here pretty basic to give you the general idea. You can do a lot more if you want.
Overall, the Zedity plugin is a very useful tool. I’m looking forward to using it in my posts. There is a free version that you can download. I have the premium, which starts at $39 for a personal license. The personal license give you all the premium features, standard support, and 1 year of free updates. From there the prices go up depending on the type of license you need. You can get more details by visiting their website.