This month I changed PDF filenames, fixed various issues including lazy-loading images with Avada, and wrote about my vision for Print My Blog Pro
How Funding WordPress Plugin Development Entirely Through Donations Has Gone, and What I’m Doing Next
The Reason Behind the WordPress Plugin Print My Blog
I finally created a new site dedicated to my WordPress plugin Print My Blog: printmy.blog Important: if you’d like to continue hearing about the progress of Print My Blog, especially the pro version, sign up for the mailing list below: All posts about Print My Blog transparency reports and tutorials will be on that site […]
This tutorial will show you how to copy and paste the contents of your entire WordPress blog/website into Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or basically any program.
This month post titles in printouts were improved, there are more options for hyperlinks in printouts, there was a lot of code cleanup, and I have more accurate active install growth to report.
Active Installs took a hit upon release of version 2.0 and front end print buttons, but there were lots of new features and donations nearly doubled.
“Print My Blog” 2.0 adds the option to place print buttons onto your posts. This lets visitors convert a post into paper, PDF, or eBook for easier reading, sharing, and storing. In this post, I’ll show what the buttons are like and how easy they are to add. Print My Blog does such a good […]
This month author-related features were added, image sizing was tweaked, and I began adding front end print buttons for version 2.0.