WP Post to PDF Enhanced Usage Notes

David Bullock — 

WP Post to PDF Enhanced provides your posts and pages as downloadable PDF documents suitable for both saving and printing. Configuration options are available for the presentation and placement of the PDF link/icon in the article, custom header image, included/excluded posts/pages, fonts for various sections (header, footer, article, etc.), caching of previously-rendered PDFs, and much more. It is possible to limit access to PDFs to registered users or present the link/icon to all visitors.

WP Post to PDF Enhanced is completely self-contained, and does not need any additional plugins.

You can download About WP Post to PDF Enhanced Plugin from the WordPress plugin repository.

Lewis Rosenthal, the author, maintains a documentation page here.

Using WP Post to PDF Enhanced with Memberium

WP Post to PDF Enhanced Usage Notes works with Memberium without any issues. Like any plugin that provides a caching function, it’s important to remember that caching can deliver the wrong content to the wrong user. For this reason we recommend disabling PDF caching for all posts, so that the PDF generated reflects the current user’s information and access controls. Otherwise you may find that “teaser” content PDF’s are sent to your members, and “full” content PDF’s are sent to your visitors.

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The key properly disabling the cache settings for this plugin are to set Include/Exclude from Cache to Include the following , and to leave the textbox empty.

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