• … and extremely useful- well done guys!

    2 small suggestions for future after initial test when printing posts:

    – option to restrict amount of posts either by ID or date
    – when having set the options for URL + date + category, to have each one of those with a line break because it gets sometimes ugly when having all of them in same line.

    Also, it seems that pages that hold shortcodes do not print their content.
    That might be impossible to accomplish though…
    The main problem here is with homepages that are often composed of widgets and shortcodes.

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  • Plugin Author Michael Nelson

    (@mnelson4)

    Hi John! Thanks for the positive review. 😀

    And thanks for the feedback, it’s really important in deciding how I spend my time.

    Those sound like great suggestions, let me make sure I’m fully understanding them…

    option to restrict amount of posts either by ID or date

    So would you like to print SPECIFIC posts (eg, posts 12, 43, and 45), or just a subset of them (eg, all posts with ID less than 100, or ID between 100 and 200)? Which would be best for your: filtering by post ID or date? (FYI filtering by date has been requested before, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet. So I’ll up its priority!)

    when having set the options for URL + date + category, to have each one of those with a line break because it gets sometimes ugly when having all of them in same line.

    Ya that sounds quite doable (technical details: I think I might actually wrap them in span tags, and set a default style so they appear on new lines, but someone who knows CSS can lay them out differently if they like).

    > Also, it seems that pages that hold shortcodes do not print their content.

    Which shortcodes, and what plugins/themes are they from? Their content should appear (except ones that rely on Javascript don’t, there’s a known issue).

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