|Fancy Quotes||WordPress plugin for automatically styling specific blockquotes as word bubbles.
|WP Scrippets||WordPress plugin for posting screenplay fragments to your blog.
|AutoCap||WordPress plugin for automatically adding captions to images.
Not all blockquotes are equal. Sometimes you want to have a specially styled blockquote, such as large word bubbles. Adding these kinds of blockquotes generally requires a lot of extra HTML markup and tend to be difficult to maintain long-term.
Fancy Quotes simplifies this process by allowing you to specify blockquotes for specialty styling by making them of the class “fancy”. Here is an example of a fancy quote:
When I first got there, during rehearsals I was changing some of the lines a bit, and Wes Anderson pulled me aside and said, “Jason, uh, it took me four years to write this script, so could you please just try to do the words I wrote?” After that I always just did the words.
> Jason Schwartzman, on acting in Rushmore, his first film role.
Looks good, no?
WP Scrippets is a text transformation engine that convert plain text screenplay fragments into HTML. Scrippets was designed and developed by screenwriter extraordinaire John August, and I wrote the code that does the transformation, and maintain the plugin.
AutoCap automatically formats images with captions. The plugin uses the image’s `title` attribute to create the caption, and respects the alignment settings that WordPress automatically applies.