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.
What’s new in Recipe Card Blocks PRO 5.0
- Unit Conversion (US Customary ↔ Metric system)
- New Skin: Mint
- Numerous improvements to the design of the existing skins
- Improvements to the social footers
- Improvements to the buttons at the top
- Fixed compatibility issues with Gutenberg
- Added the Cook Mode feature in the Elementor widget
- Multiple other improvements & bug fixes
US Customary ↔ Metric system Conversion for Ingredients
The conversion info is a must-have for any kitchen enthusiast. The new update lets your readers convert recipes between US Customary and Metric units. Our plugin integrates an API that automatically calculates the needed values for you.
All you have to do is to enable the Unit Conversion in each recipe and choose the primary unit system your recipe was written in:
After that, switch to the alternative unit system and choose the unit to which you want to convert each ingredient:
The plugin automatically converts the correct amount from your primary unit system to the other one.
Here’s a quick video guide where you can see how to enable this feature for your recipes:
New Skin: Mint
We’ve added a new skin for your recipe cards. Together with the new Mint skin, the PRO version includes a total of five skins.
This skin features a compact header of your recipes, and the green color can be easily customized.
Along with the new skin, we’ve also slightly improved the design of the existing skins. You may notice that in some skins like the Simple one, the recipe details look much more organized now.
We’ve also redesigned the social call-to-actions in the recipe footer:
If you haven’t upgraded to the PRO version, check what other great features our recipe plugin includes.
In case you’re curious about what other features will be added soon to our plugin, check the plugin’s roadmap page. You can also submit your ideas to the Feature Requests page or start a new discussion on our Facebook Group.Get Recipe Card Blocks PRO Today!