I've searched around and can't find this question having been previously addressed:
Is there a way to print recipes from Hubpages or Delishably, other than cutting and pasting?
I am specifically referring to pop up boxes and the like, such as you see on blogs, so that a recipe could be printed without having to cut and past, or print the entire page.
It seems like it would be useful and make recipes from these sites more user friendly.
It is possible you already can, of course, but I can't find a way to do it, looking at recipes Ihave previously posted or reviewing recipes others have posted.
We don't have any site-specific print function, but pretty much all widely-used browsers have a print option built in (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer all do, for example).
Well yes, but I was referring to the option one finds on websites where you click on a printer and the recipe opens on a pop up so that it could be printed in a tidy, professional looking manner.
You'll find that on specialist recipe sites. Historically, recipes haven't been a high earner for HubPages so it would never have been worth the programming cost to create such a feature. Maybe now they've got Delishably, they may find it worthwhile for that site.
On some sites you can click on the three bars in the search browser and then it comes up in reader view. right click on the article and you should be able to pick the print option from there. I use mac notebook pc and that works for my other apple devices too.
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