This is the second part of a two-part series that shows you how to convert WordPress posts into PDFs without a plug-in or module. In the first part you learned the important concepts for implementation the required PHP class and a little about formulating the GET request which serves as an input to postcreator.php to grab the correct content from the MySQL database. In this final part we will discuss how to completely integrate this application into your WordPress blogging CMS platform. It is highly recommended that you read the first part to avoid confusion….

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