This plugin is easy enough to use, until I want to edit the rest of the content in a post. It completely freezes WordPress! I can get it to respond by switching to another tab and back again, but still I'm unable to edit text in my posts unless I delete the recipe first. So, sure, it works as long as your post is completely finished before you add a recipe. But that's not good enough, when there are other apps that work much better.
The plugin looks nice and works well enough. apart from the nutritional fact which is a disaster and there's no way to personalize that.
I run my blog in three languages for which CodeStyling Localization. I expected the plugin to be automatically translated because that's what I found in the few responses I found.
I contacted the support for this problem and while I had explained everything and they said (after a long time) I need to use localization! So I replied I am already using it as I had stated. I asked for some detailed info to maybe guide through, in case I wasn't doing something necessary. The (late) answer was again to use localization with the correct language files! Which I know that I already am, since everything else, other plugins included, are well translated.
No more answers received and weeks have past.
Here is the good I like the formatting I love the nutrition info...
I am even ok with you listing my recipes actually I want you too. Just make sure you list the full recipe my descriptions and notes are vital to making the recipe work. And are not shown on the Yumiprint side. (NOT GOOD)
The major copyright issue is that you list my recipes without attribution to the original site. More importantly the descriptions and notes are missing too!
Without that attribution your open to legal action as the copyrights are not respected. And more importantly I am open to legal action because the atrubutions I made to other authors, in recipe card,is laking on Yumiprint.com
Guys I am not asking for much just list my full recipe notes description and attributions to the original blogs and author. Do that and your welcome to resell my content (that why you really made this plug in in the first place)
I love the idea of the plugin and would gladly pay for the same if it meant I could use it to host recipes on my own site. Instead, this plugin hosts recipes on Yumprint.com, requiring the blogger (and readers) to sign up and interact with Yumprint in order to post, store, save, print, and share recipes.
If I were to move forward with this plugin, it would mean I could never switch to a different plugin or change the way I handle my recipe data, because I wouldn't have the recipe data. It would all be on Yumprint.com, where it can't be exported.
All in all, this is a beautiful plugin, but completely wrong for me (and in my opinion, for any food blogger).
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