My WordPress blog book is missing post, how do I get those post to appear?
My book is missing the last post from within my selected range. How do I get that post in my book?
What is Jetpack, and do I need it to create a book from my self-hosted WordPress blog?
How can I get the comments from my WordPress blog to appear in my book?
My comments didn’t transfer from my Blogspot blog into my book. What do I do?
My photos didn’t transfer from my WordPress blog to my book. What do I do?
I got a Server Error 500 and an Error ID. What do I do?
I received a “Limited Feed” error on my Blogspot blog! What do I do?
It could be that the “Sticky” option for your post is selected. This will prevent the post from carrying over to the book.
You can log on to your blog to edit the post section. Here you will be able to deselect the “Sticky” option from your post.
Once the changes have been made, you can log on to Blog2Print to create a new version of your book with all of the posts.
Our blog books are generated using GMT time. This is the standard time zone used for all blogs. This is sometimes reflected in the date and time stamp of a post, causing a post to fall on a different date.
When this happens, just extend your date range to include a later date, which allows the post to appear in the book.
Jetpack is a plug-in for self-hosted WordPress blogs. This plug-in allows the blog feed to be accessed from third party sites, such as Blog2Print. The blog feed is used to generate your blog book.
You can download Jetpack by logging on to your dashboard, searching for and installing the Jetpack plug-in.
Once installed, you must be sure to activate and connect Jetpack to WordPress.com.
This enables you to generate your book from your WordPress site.
Currently, our platform is not compatible with the comments that appear on WordPress blogs. This information cannot carry over to the blog book.
Your blog must be marked public in order for comments to transfer over.
Please make your blog publicly accessible and create a new copy of your book.
Once you have saved the new copy, you can go back and make your blog private once more.
If your WordPress blog is marked private, photos will not carry over.
Please make your blog publicly accessible, and then create a new version of your book.
Once the new version has been created and saved into your account, you can then go back and make your blog private once more.
In some cases, errors like this can be caused by not having cookies enabled fully, or having an out of date version of Java.
You can determine what version of Java you are running and if cookies are enabled by visiting http://www.whatismybrowser.com/
Please also note that blogs must be set to public in order for the book to be created.
If anything is out of date, please fully update your system.
At your earliest convenience, please try to create your book again at Blog2Print
If you’re still experiencing problems, you can contact our Customer Support team.
To further troubleshoot, we’ll need the following information:
- The URL of your blog
- The date range you’d like to print
- Your login information (WordPress & Typepad blogs only)
If your blog is a self-hosted WordPress blog, we will also need the self-hosted server admin login.
Once you have the above information, you can contact us via live chat, by calling 888-212-3121 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The error message you received indicates that your blog’s feed is set to limited. This means we’re not able to receive all of the content when we attempt to collect information to create your book.
Please follow these steps to ensure your blog feed is enabled with full content.
From the Blogger Dashboard, select:
- Site Feed
- Allow Blog Feeds (Select “Full”)
- Save Settings (Orange Button)
Once you’ve made this change, please try to create your book again at Blog2Print