With Anthologize, I was able to select multiple posts and pages from my site and compile them into a single eBook, in both PDF and ePUB formats.
Maybe it needs updating. All I got was a blank PDF. On trying again I got a blank rtf.
For me, this plugin has been a dud. I like the design, surely there's something fixable here?
This is actually the first free WP to PDF plugin that works pretty okay for me - thanks!
That said, there is obviously room for improvement.
- I would love to be able to see the posts in the list sorted by the creation date.
- I would love to see the subpages clustered to the parent pages.
- A more user friendly way to add a post/page to the content of the project (more like the way it works with the WP menu page!), as you now have to drag them to their right location which is a bit harder when you want to put more in the project ;)
- The copyright part on the cover page of the PDF export shows the tags around it as well:
Keep up the good work and I'm already looking forward to future versions of this plugin.
Installed it on a simple site, current versions of WordPress and TwentyFifteen, but nothing worked. I clicked through every screen, going over the options carefully, and read the plugin information for any clues, but there was no option to export my content anywhere in the interface. Gave up. I really wanted to use this plugin so it's a disappointment. Just a small amount of documentation would probably be all I needed.
I'm always reluctant to add plugins because of potential problems, but this worked as expected. It was simple and easy to use.
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This plugin didn't work as described.
Tried to run it without success.
I've had this plugin for ages but never used it. I just activated it and tested it by selecting a bundle of related posts and voila' I have an eBook compiled and ready to finesse. I need to add an ecover (anthologise can add this to the final publication), a backpage, and to add some links. Ideally these should be already in my posts but they're not.
The rtf file output has some rendering issues but the PDF is perfect for a basic ebook. Not tried the rest at this point.
Would be great to have some enhancements eg more space between chapter heading and topic heading etc.
Thumbs up guys - thanks.
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