I can't get this to show up on the home page, or on the only page I actually want to print. I'm not sure what the issues here is. I can see the JS in developer tools
but that's the only thing that shows up when I search "cleanprint" in the code
I installed this and went to try it out. On the screen where they can choose how/where to print, a large ad came up to click to get quotes from roofers. Why would I want my clients to be on my site and have something come up encouraging them to shop elsewhere?
I do not want a plugin that shows ads. I am disappointed, because the plugin works well.
I'd rather pay you a few bucks than have ads showing up on my blog.
I just want a print-friendly button that doesn't have ads! What's the deal with ads suddenly becoming part of plugins? I don't have ads on my blog, and I certainly don't want your ads.
Deactivated and deleted immediately upon discovery.
I don't want to show your ads on my site.
Shows ads for your competitors on your website once installed
not only that this plugin showed an ad before printing,
it showed my customers an ad that redirected them to my competators site.
This is a powerful plugin with bags of functionality. I initially hit a problem with it not displaying italics, but the developers fixed it within a couple of days. By using the CSS classes to show and hide page elements, it did exactly what I needed.
Sorry, no way!
I have a fresh WordPress (3.5.1) installation on my NAS and I'm using the default installed theme. As yet no other plugins has been installed and activated.
It seems the printing job will be done by an other machine in the internet, the provider I guess. In normal cases I have no problem with that.
1) A paragraph that is indented by one/two/.. level is not printed -> bad.
2) After I have clicked the button "create PDF" a new layer appears - so far so good. But it appears at the top of this layer a URL to a lawyer's office in the USA (.com) -> SPAM.
I'm pretty sure that this URL hasn't inserted by an other plugin, because this is the first installed plugin on a fresh WordPress installation.
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