WordPress Recipe Card Creator Plugin

This plugin makes it easy for food bloggers to provide printable recipe cards for their readers.

It adds several fields to the post editing screen to capture title, ingredients and directions, plus a thumbnail image. It generates a PDF when you save the post, and adds a link to the PDF the bottom of the post.

You can see the tutorial here.

Options are:

  • The photo is optional or required
  • Choose from multiple sizes: 3×5, 4×6, 5×7 (inches for all)
  • You can specify HTML to go before and after the PDF link so it matches your layout better

Coming soon:

  • Make the text for the link a configuration option
  • Add more format options

Guarantee: All buyers get free upgrades for as long as the user data doesn’t need to change. Once I need to build and test an upgrade tool to convert existing data, that’s going to be version 2.0, and I’ll have to charge for the upgrade to cover anticipated support costs.

Buy now: $4.95

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Sites using the Recipe Card Creator plugin

The Silver Cloud Diet
Eat Well Meal Plans

10 thoughts on “WordPress Recipe Card Creator Plugin

  1. Thank you so much, this plug in is so easy to use and is just what I was looking for! Your tutorials were helpful and easy to follow!

  2. I purchased Recipe Card, today and am having a terrible time with it. It shows up in my WordPress Dashboard, without a problem, but the addresses it is trying to build the pdf files in cannot be made, since they are root directories, protected by my server. I have no way to change permissions on them. Is it possible for me to create a different folder and then link them to that? If so, where should it be placed and how should the link address be formatted? My site is http://www.busy-at-home.com Thanks!

  3. Glenda, sorry for the slow response, Akismet flagged your email as spam.

    I’m not clear on what directories you’re having problems with. There’s the “PDF Location” field on the “Installation” group of the settings page. By default that tries to write the files into a subdirectory of where the plugin is installed. You should be able to use any writable directory there.

    Email me with more details if you still can’t get it working.

  4. Hi, I’m in the process of updating my website and want to migrate your plugin (which I already purchased) to the new blog environment. When I download the blog content to re-upload my recipe cards aren’t coming with me in the move. Will I have to re-enter all 100 I’ve created or is there a way to transfer the content? Fingers crossed.

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