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Unit Conversion is now available in Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.0

Written by Pavel Ciorici on in Plugin Updates 0 comments

We have exciting news to share!

At the beginning of this year, we promised to add more useful features for food bloggers to our plugin.

Today we are happy to announce the release of Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.0 with Unit Conversion and a new recipe card skin.

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What’s New Recipe Card Blocks PRO v4.4.0

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Since our last release notes, we’ve released 4 major updates to the PRO version.

In this post, we’ll look at the new features available in our recipe plugin and how they can help you grow your food blog.

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Recipe Card Blocks 4.0 Released & 10.000+ Active Installs Milestone!

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Today our plugin reached a significant milestone! The free version of Recipe Card Blocks has hit 10.000+ active installations on WordPress.org.

That’s a big achievement for us, and we’re thankful to all the users, especially those who believed in our plugin from the early days.

At the end of 2021, we promised that we would be working on a major update for our plugin. Today, we’re happy to announce the version 4.0 release of Recipe Card Blocks PRO. This is to celebrate the milestone hit by the plugin and also to ensure that we keep our promises.

The new version is now available for all the users; just make sure to hit the Update button!

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How to create a Recipe Index page using Elementor

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A “must-have” section on every food blog is the Recipe Index page, where your readers will quickly find all your recipes sorted beautifully.

Some themes like Foodica might include page templates that display all your recipes in a beautiful grid, while others might not have such a feature.

Using Elementor and the steps described below, you can create a Recipe Index page on your blog no matter the theme you’re using.

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