Recipe Card Blocks Pro Rolls Out Unit Conversion & New Mint Skin

Personally, Boris and I love to cook and eat, although for me the focus is more on the latter. That’s why I’m always happy to see new updates from the Recipe Card Blocks plugin. If time permits, I will definitely use this recipe plugin for my own food blog at some point. The matching domain for it is already registered in any case!

But back to Recipe Card Blocks 5.0. The Pro version now includes a long awaited Unit Conversion feature as well as a new beautiful Mint skin. In addition, cook mode is now available for its Elementor widget too.

New Unit Conversion

From now on, readers of your food blog will be able to cook your delicious recipes without the help of a calculator. With Recipe Card Blocks Pro, they can easily convert recipes between US and metric units. All the hard work is done through an API.

Simply enable the unit conversion feature in each recipe, select the primary system of units, and then select the unit in the alternate unit system. From the metric to the US system, you can then convert grams to cups or ounces, for example.

Note that this feature is only included in the Professional or Business plan. Personal license holders must upgrade the license through their account.

New Mint Skin

Mint Skin
New Mint Skin With Compact Header & Customizable Colour ©Recipe Card Blocks

With the introduction of the new Mint skin for your recipe cards, Recipe Card Blocks Pro now includes a total of five skins. The new skin offers a compact header. Don’t worry, the green color can be easily customized. In addition, the design of the existing skins has also been slightly improved and are now much clearer.

Social Icons
Social Icons ©Recipe Card Blocks

Finally, they have also redesigned the social CTAs in the footer of the recipes.

Cook Mode in Elementor

Cook Mode
Prevent Screens On Mobile Devices From Going To Sleep ©Recipe Cards Block Pro

Cook mode, introduced in May 2022, is now also available in the Elementor widget. It ensures that the device’s screen is always on so that recipe instructions can be followed without annoying interruptions.

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Ahoi, Dev! is a ShabuShabu project by Stefan Glumpler & Boris Glumpler - a brother and web designer / developer team based in Munich, Germany. Servus from Bavaria!

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