Recipe Card
Nice looking, but I want my recipes on my own site. (2 posts)

  1. notkristina
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I love the idea of the plugin and would gladly pay for the same if it meant I could use it to host recipes on my own site. Instead, this plugin hosts recipes on Yumprint.com, requiring the blogger (and readers) to sign up and interact with Yumprint in order to post, store, save, print, and share recipes.

    If I were to move forward with this plugin, it would mean I could never switch to a different plugin or change the way I handle my recipe data, because I wouldn't have the recipe data. It would all be on Yumprint.com, where it can't be exported.

    All in all, this is a beautiful plugin, but completely wrong for me (and in my opinion, for any food blogger).

  2. Yumprint.com
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thanks for checking out the plugin and I'm glad you think it is beautiful.

    To clarify, we do store the recipes on your site and you can switch to a different plugin. We made this more clear in the description.

    If you need help converting your recipes to a different format just send an email to support at Yumprint.

    Also, we just released version 1.1.0 which does not require bloggers to have a Yumprint account to create or modify recipes. Although readers will still need an account if they wish to save the recipe to their cookbook similar to how other social media like Pinterest or Facebook works.

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