Google Fonts and Predefined Layouts in MotoPress Version 1.5.5

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MotoPress Content Editor version 1.5.5 with both flexible and simple functionality is released.

MotoPress updated version 1.5.5

Its new updates will make your site look even more eye-catching, as now you can adjust some incredible new features, such as the ability to add Google web fonts, build your post and pages by the predefined layouts, display posts by tag and category in Posts Grid Widget, set image size in Posts Grid and Slider widgets and more…

Grid Gallery Widget

Grid Gallery widget provides you with a simple way to display a gallery in your blog post or page. It’s also possible to have a lightbox feature for this option.

With MotoPress it’s easy to change the standard WordPress gallery to the gallery that looks really nice on your screen. Images are styled in a convenient and stylish way, you are able to set the columns count, image size and even link each picture to the media file, attachment page, or lightbox.
Lightbox option allows readers to view larger versions of images and galleries in an overlay effect. It is also optimized for mobile devices, so you don’t need to peer at a picture, just tap the image and it will be shown up center filling most of the screen.

Space widget

Updated MotoPress plugin enables you to inserts the space in your page or post. If you need to create different kinds of dividers anywhere on your page, you can choose between light, normal, dotted, dashed, double, grouve, ridge, and heavy. No coding is required, all done in a nice and easy-to-use interface. The divider is a great tool to margin text, display line, separate content and image and etc.

Google Fonts

One of the most exciting updates of version 1.5.5 is the ability to use Google fonts, making it easier for developers, designers, and simply WordPress users to build good-looking websites.

It’s really easy to add quality and beautiful typography to your web pages and build readable content. Go to MotoPress, click ‘MotoPress Options’, scroll the page down and add the Google font you prefer. We’ve already used ‘Open Sans’ and just added ‘Roboto’ ‘Oswald’ and ‘Lobster’.

Google Fonts

And here are the results:


Predefined Layouts

When you get started with the look of your web page and have no idea what structure to build, we have a great solution – predefined layouts. You can select any predefined page template and fill in it with your own content. They are accessible below the main editing area and are really well-structured, as you can create a landing page, call to action page, feature list, description page, service page, and product page.

MotoPress predefined website layouts

Display posts by tag or category in Posts Grid Widget

If you need to display your posts by tags or categories, it’s easy as 1,2,3 with Post Grid Widget.

Posts Grid

You can:

  • display posts on a specific page
  • set columns count
  • select whether display post by tag or category
  • choose posts count
  • display posts in ascending or descending order
  • set post style
  • display featured image
  • display image in different sizes
  • set title style
  • show date and comments
  • set “Short” ”Full” ”Excerpt” or ”None” text description
  • show pagination

MotoPress Content Editor version 1.5.5 also contains some bug fixes which improve plugin functionality and usability. There is a lot going on under the hood that will help Content Editor perform better. What are you looking for with the upcoming releases? Share your thoughts!

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2 Replies to “Google Fonts and Predefined Layouts in MotoPress Version 1.5.5”

    1. Hi Julian, yes the version 1.5.5 is compatible with WordPress 4.1, but as we’ve recently released version 1.5.8 you would better update your license till the latest version.

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