Support » Plugin: Genesis Printstyle Plus » Agency theme and JetPack

  • Hi David,

    We are currently using the Genesis Agency theme and JetPack.

    JetPack printing really sucks by the way (includes sidebars and other unnecessary items. I’ve notified them but to no avail. So we want to shut off this module of JetPack and replace it with a print plugin that works.

    Mostly we want it to print our individual Posts in a professional manner.

    Do you know if this plugin is compatible with the Agency theme?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-printstyle-plus/

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  • I’m using this plugin with Agency theme. It works mostly fine, except for some reason it prints the links in hyperlink. You can look here (I’m about to report this problem here): http://www.socialvillage.ie/hope (under development)

    Actually I had already reported the problem 3 weeks ago, http://wordpress.org/support/topic/prints-links?replies=1

    No answer.

    Let me know if you have the same issue?

    That was kind of you Manuel to let me know your first-hand experience.

    I will give it a try.

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author David Decker

    (@daveshine)

    @marc Tibesar:
    Hi there!

    Thanks for your feedback!

    The plugin was developed with a “middle of the road” approach in mind. So it may work with most official child themes just fine. However, since child themes differ here and there a lot, some additional tweaks may be necessary from time to time.

    I just cannot know all use cases that people might have. Also, supporting each and every child theme from StudioPress is not possible – not with the current ones and also the retired ones. That because I wouldn’t want that myself, it’s just a time issue and also would result in overhead as not only one but many style sheets have to be maintained then…

    So, in short: it should be mostly compatible also with Agency child theme. But in the end also depends on your project/ use case and if you have additional plugins in use that affect the frontend output.

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks, Dave 🙂

    Plugin Author David Decker

    (@daveshine)

    @manuelkuhs:
    Hi there!

    Thanks for your feedback!

    This is not an issue or bug in the plugin, just intended behavior to have the URLs printed out also.

    I also replied to your other thread just now the same text. Just also here:

    This is the intended behavior I wanted in the plugin because often times it is wanted to have the original URL on paper so you can give it to someone and he/she is able to access the link later on.

    If you do not want this feature you have to use an CSS file placed in your child theme folder. See FAQ on naming these files: http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-printstyle-plus/faq/

    –> If you use the additional styles approach, then you may have to use “!important” in your rules. The CSS rules in the original stylesheet affecting the URLs are found in packaged plugin stylesheet (see: print.css in folder “/css/”) from line 177 onwards.

    –> If you use the approach to completely overwrite with your custom file then you just remove this section that is in the original CSS.

    Hope that helps, Dave 🙂

    @daveshine:

    To reply here also: Perfect and that makes sense!

    Thanks again for such a useful plugin!

    In that case I can report that I’ve no found no problem at all with this plugin and the Agency theme 🙂

    @daveshine @manuelkuhs

    Thank you David and Manuel,

    We will now disable the JetPack sharing module (Print) and activate the Genesis Printstyle Plus plugin.

    It’s amazing David how you create these little “utilities” that mean so much to our blog visitors. WordPress seems so incomplete at times but, thanks to you and other wonderful developers the shortcomings of WordPress are resolved.

    Cheers and thanks again!

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