Read Offline allows you to download or print posts and pages. You can download the posts in PDF, ePub or mobi
This is a fantastically simple plugin that produces good looking PDFs with customisable headers and footers. I'm really pleased with it, and any complaints or feature requests (the widget doesn't appear for me, and the PDF icons mean that all links in my post that end in .pdf now get an icon before them, which I don't want) that I could make are easily explained by the fact that this is still in development.
The main thing I think would be great would to have a few open source fonts in there. Keep it simple without too much choice. DejaVu, which is used, is strong. But I would also include Linux Libertine and Linux Biolinium if possible, which are beautiful open source serif and sans-serif alternatives http://www.linuxlibertine.org/
Thank you! This is amazing work and I hope you keep it up.
Easy to use, and works fine.
It's easy to customize, adding some simple code to display, for example, custom fields.
Thanks to the author.
I use it very often. It would be great if it could include more posts under one tag (www.my-website.com/tag/my-tag): it actually seems to work only with single posts
Easy to use and the output is just brilliant. Thank you very much for this plugin. My readers are delighted.
This plugin is written well and it works. I mean works well, it strips out all the advertisements, (I guess it pulls the article directly from the database prior to the ads being injected lmfao) formats the article properly and includes the graphics. I really like this plugin a lot.
The only thing I had to change was attribution. It didn't put the title of my site in the output, so my reader wouldn't necessarily know where they got it if they saved it and read it days later. I made an adjustment to the php code, perhaps the author will read this and make an adjustment on his end. Thanks for the plugin!
Easy to install - works perfect!
I cannot tell you how frustrated I was becoming. I just needed something to convert a page with a Google calender feed into a decent PDF. Either there were gaudy ads or they just didn't work but finally I found yours.
It's clean - It's simple - It outputs a well formatted and simple PDF - It uses the post title to name the PDF - There are no ads - No shameless self promotion (though you deserve a bit) and no wonky features to fix.
Thank you for this. Great job!!!!!!
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