We’re excited to announce the release of Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0, which introduces a powerful new feature that will make your recipe management easier than ever. Now, you can effortlessly import recipes from the WP Recipe Maker plugin right into Recipe Card Blocks PRO. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the details of this game-changing feature and walk you through how to use it.
What’s new in Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0:
- Import recipes from WP Recipe Maker
- Recipe Rating shortcode and block
- Nutrition Facts section in the Recipe Block
Behind the Scenes of the Import Feature
We understand that many of our users have been eagerly awaiting the release of this import feature. However, developing this powerful tool was not easy. The process involved addressing numerous technical aspects, as well as finding the most efficient way to transfer data between two different plugin architectures. Our team was committed to ensuring that the import feature would provide a seamless experience, which required extensive testing and refinements.
Our priority was to deliver a high-quality, reliable feature that would not only meet but exceed your expectations. This attention to detail and commitment to perfection is what took us some time, but we are now proud to present the import feature in Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0. We appreciate your patience and hope that the wait was worth it, as you can now enjoy an effortless recipe migration experience.
Seamlessly Import WP Recipe Maker Recipes to Recipe Card Blocks PRO
As you know, WP Recipe Maker has long been a popular choice for WordPress users to create and manage their recipes. However, with the growing popularity of Recipe Card Blocks, many users have been eager to make the switch. With the new import feature, migrating your recipes from WP Recipe Maker to Recipe Card Blocks PRO is now a breeze. You no longer have to manually transfer your recipes one by one, saving you both time and effort.
How to Import Recipes from WP Recipe Maker to Recipe Card Blocks PRO
Ready to start importing? It’s as easy as 1-2-3. Here’s a quick step-by-step guide to help you get started:
- Update to Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0
First, make sure you have the latest version of Recipe Card Blocks PRO (5.2.0) installed on your WordPress website. If you haven’t already, update the plugin to unlock the new import feature.
- Navigate to Recipe Cards > Import Recipes
Once you have updated to version 5.2.0, head to your WordPress dashboard. From there, navigate to the Recipe Cards menu and click on the “Search Recipes” button.
- Import Your WP Recipe Maker Recipes
On the Import Recipes page, you’ll find a simple, user-friendly interface. Select the recipes that you want to import and click the “Import Recipes” button to start the import process. Recipe Card Blocks PRO will take care of the rest, seamlessly importing your recipes from WP Recipe Maker into your Recipe Card Blocks PRO library.
- Make sure to back up your website before importing, just in case you encounter any issues during the process.
- The import process may take some time, depending on the number of recipes you have in WP Recipe Maker. Be patient and allow the process to complete before navigating away from the page.
- After the import is complete, double-check your recipes in Recipe Card Blocks PRO to ensure they have been transferred correctly.
Nutrition Facts Section in the Recipe Block
We understand the importance of providing your readers with comprehensive information about your recipes. That’s why, in Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0, we’ve introduced a new option to display a dedicated Nutrition Facts section at the end of a recipe block. This enhancement allows you to share essential nutritional information with your audience, promoting transparency and helping them make informed choices about their meals.
This option can be enabled in the Recipe Card Settings on the right side when editing a recipe.
You can then input relevant nutritional information, such as calories, fat content, carbohydrates, and more.
A Bonus Feature: Recipe Rating Shortcode and Block
In addition to the import feature, we’ve also introduced another enhancement in Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.2.0 – a versatile new shortcode and block that allows you to display your recipe ratings anywhere on a page. This feature gives you greater control so you can integrate the plugin as you want in your website or theme.
To use the new shortcode and block, simply follow our article from the documentation for additional instructions. You can easily add the
[wpzoom_rcb_rating] shortcode or the Recipe Rating block into your desired location within your content, and the recipe rating will automatically appear.
What’s next for Recipe Card Blocks PRO?
We’re not stopping here! Our team is continuously working to expand the import feature’s capabilities to make it even more versatile and useful. In the future, we plan to allow users to import recipes from other popular recipe plugins, such as WP Tasty or Create by Mediavine. By doing so, we aim to make Recipe Card Blocks PRO the go-to solution for food bloggers and culinary enthusiasts, regardless of their current plugin preferences.
Your feedback is invaluable in shaping the future of Recipe Card Blocks PRO. We encourage you to share your thoughts and suggestions for future updates, as well as your experiences with the new import feature.
Update to version 5.2.0 today and start enjoying a seamless recipe management experience!