WordPress.com - Button Only on Posts or PagesIf you're using PrintFriendly button on WordPress, you can choose where to show the PrintFriendly button: on posts and pages, or just posts. If you want, you can also set Print Friendly PDF button to appear just on pages. Here's how to do it.
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Show Button on Pages Only at WordPress.com
Log in to your WordPress.com dashboard and navigate to Settings -> Sharing. Now, scroll down until you see the check boxes for "Show buttons on"
Uncheck all the boxes except the one that reads "Pages." Click "Save Changes" button to save your settings.
Please note that this will affect all other sharing buttons (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc) that are currently live on your WordPress.com site. There is no way to show PrintFriendly button alone on Pages. Every settings will be applied to all social sharing buttons on your blog.
Show Button on Pages Only at WordPress.org
Log in to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to Settings -> Print Friendly & PDF. On the settings page, scroll down to Button Placement and click Manual.
Copy the code that appears. We'll call it "manual placement code." Now scroll down and click "Save Options" to save the changes.
Now, go to "Appearance" -> "Editor."
The theme editing panel will open up.
On the right side, there' s a list of files that build up the theme. Choose page.php from the list.
Now, in the large editor, look for <?php the_content(); ?> and paste the manual placement code right below it.
Now, click Update File.
Your theme has just been modified and the Print Friendly button will be visible only to pages. Remember to choose "Manual" on the Print Friendly settings page otherwise it won't work.
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