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Configure how you’d like the blog to be printed, or just use our recommended defaults.

Site URL (including "https://" or "http://")

URL of the WordPress site (self-hosted or on WordPress.com) you’d like to print. Leave blank to use this current site.

Show Options


Post Selection

Post Selection

Posts will be ordered:

Pages will be ordered using the "Order" attribute:


Authored By
Posted After (and Including)
Posted Before (and Including)


Appears at the top of the first page.

E.g. selected categories, taxonomies, and date range.

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Post Content to Print

Page Layout

Whether to force posts to always start on a new page. Doing so makes the page more legible, but uses more paper.

The number of columns of text on each page. Not supported by some web browsers.

If you want to save paper, choose a smaller image size, or hide images altogether.

Note: PDFs generated in Firefox and Safari automatically remove hyperlinks. If you want your PDF to include hyperlinks, please use another browser.

Troubleshooting Options

Milliseconds to wait between rendering posts. If posts are rendered too quickly on the page, sometimes images won’t load properly.

Sometimes posts contain inline javascript which can cause errors and stop the page from rendering.

If you left shortcodes from deactivated deactivated plugins or themes in your posts, they are automatically removed from printouts. Check this to leave them.


Print a physical copy using your web browser’s print functionality.

Make a PDF file, intended for reading from a computer or other device, using your browser or a browser extension. Learn More

Make a free eBook using dotEPUB. Learn More

Easily copy-and-paste into another program like Microsoft Word or Google Docs. Note: this is not recommended for customizing printouts, as other programs usually format the content poorly. Instead, use Print My Blog’s CSS classes to remove or add content from printouts. Learn More

Print My Blog works best when activated as a plugin from your own WordPress blog. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but instructions are given on the WordPress.org Installation tab.

Using it from your own site allows you to:

  • use your own site’s style
  • print private and password-protected posts
  • customize the code

But if you’re hosted on WordPress.com, or this otherwise meets your needs, great!

It would be really nice if you’d leave a review on WordPress.org or share Print My Blog your fellow bloggers.