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 […]
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
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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.
“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 […]
What did I do to get my plugin Print My Blog to 1,000 active installs in a year? Here’s what I think helped, and even a few things I think didn’t.
Print My Blog 1.12.0 makes posts printed with embedded YouTube videos look much better than in standard printouts. In this post I’ll describe the problem with printing videos, how the WordPress Plugin Print My Blog solves it, and how you can replicate it in your posts.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Print My Blog plugin and dotEPUB browser extension to convert an entire WordPress blog or website into an eBook. Why would I want an eBook of My Blog? Blogs are great, but eBooks can be read offline keep track of your progress allow you to highlight […]
Have you ever been on a WordPress.org plugin page, and seen a link saying “Donate to this plugin”? You probably didn’t click it. Nearly none of us do. But why not? You probably think you should, but something is preventing you. In this article, I explore the reasons we rarely donate to software we depend on, and what can be done about it.