what is the point of "[print-me printicon="false"]" ??
If I remove the icon I am left with nothing!? super non user friendly.. thanks for crap!
The flexability is awesome! You can choose wich parts of your homepage should be printed!
Had some issues but the support is awesome!
GO AND GET IT!
Print-O-Matic is a very good plugin that comes with a 'basic (free)' and a 'pro (paid for)' version. It's very straightforward to set up and although there might be some issues in terms of compatibility with other browsers (read IE) it can all be worked around. I also found out thanks to the awesome support, that the actual Print icon can be customized, not just in the Pro but in the Basic version as well.
Easy to use and very customizable!
Perfect to print the posts!
I needed a way to print images uploaded to my page via an ACF field. This does the job beautifully. Easy to use. Works. Thank you!!!
I tried another Print plug-in which used shortcodes, but you had to specify the div in the content, giving it a unique name. Fine, but the problem was that I was using tabbed content, and the tabs had their own shortcodes. So it broke the layout with several tries.
But this plug-in. Sooooooo much better. Just let the default "article" div do the collecting and bingo... it worked perfectly "out of the box" with a ridiculously simple [print-me] shortcode. That's it. Couldn't be simpler and it got the job done.
Very. Nice. Job.
To my amazement, I found print-o-matic which does exactly what I needed! ...and it's developed by the awesome developers behind collapse-o-matic! All I had to do was pop my collapsible content in a div and use print-o-matic to print the content in the div. No fuss, no muss! Shortcodes make it a snap. Batteries not included.
Thank you Baden & twinpictures!
This plugin has great options for setting up print functionality on a site. I wanted it for printing specially marked sections of a post only (for printing out recipe abstracts to index cards). It did what I wanted with the only additional requirements being to add a custom class into tinyMCE for marking the target section, and another slight modification to the JS file to accommodate styling of the popup in IE. (IE is always a p-i-t-b somehow, so I in no way see this as a shortcoming of the plugin.)
This plugin is perfect for my site. It works great and is simple to implement. The developers were on the ball and quickly got it to work with IExplorer 11 and I haven't had a problem since! Highly recommend this one.
You must log in to submit a review. You can also log in or register using the form near the top of this page.