Reached 3,000 active installs, received feedback from the 2nd survey, and spiffed up the initial project designs.
This month PMB Pro got a designs system, front and back matter, optionally dividing project content into “parts”, project metadata, and project-only content.
This month the Pro proof-of-concept supports custom post types, rearranging posts, table of contents, page references, and automatic footnotes. The free version got WPML support.
This month the Facebook group was launched, there are more options for how to place print buttons, and I almost have a prototype of PMB Pro.
I just wanted to share what I’m working on now, as Founding Members are probably wondering. I’m changing how Print My Blog loads posts into the print-page, and how the print-page’s contents are converted into PDF. How Print My Blog Creates the Print-Page The “print-page” is the print-ready page generated by Print My Blog. Other […]
This month I added print buttons to pages, reached 50 survey respondents, and am developing the pro version.
In May Founding Members grew significantly, I shared survey results, added saveable print button settings, and allowed site owners to print draft posts and those of other statuses.
This month I announced the Pro plugin release plan and invited readers to become Founding Members of Print My Blog Pro.
Now is your chance to get a major discount, or even a free lifetime license, to Print My Blog Pro by becoming a Founding Member. I’m developing a pro version of the WordPress plugin Print My Blog which will help in creating professional quality books and documents from WordPress posts, so you can write a […]