Monday, April 20, 2015

What do you need?

What are you looking for in recipe software or online recipe managers with storage for all your recipes?

Checkout Web Recipe Manager and let me know what you think, good or bad.
I'd love to hear.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

A Brand New Look & Feel

A brand new look for Web Recipe Manager, including a new responsive design that will display correctly on any device, whether it be a PC, Laptop, Notebook, Tablet or Smart Phone.

Now you can view your recipes, menu plans and shopping lists while you are at the supermarket. Right where you need them.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Exciting Changes

I have made some exciting changes at Web Recipe Manager, the best recipe software, allowing you to store, share and manage your recipes on the internet.

Unlimited Recipes

Add new users to your database the number of users will depend on the subscription plan you choose.

Rating & comment system all users can rate and comment on recipes.

PDFs and related recipes now displayed when viewing a recipe and can be included in an eBook

User Management & Data Management

2 levels of user access (Administrator or normal)

Recipe deletion by admin/s only

Option to require recipe approval of recipes added by users who are not administrators.

New menu plan layout

Lots of enhancements for shopping list

  • Ability to order your aisles
  • Drag a recipe onto your list to add all the ingredients
  • Select existing ingredients, or previous shopping list items to add to your list
  • Each item now has either the recipe image or name next to it to make it easier to see where they come from
  • Remove or re-add all ingredients for a recipe at once
  • Send a shopping list via email
  • Items added manually to a list can now be put in aisles
  • Problems with dragging multiple items to an aisle fixed
  • Ingredients from related recipes also added to list

New recipe menu

Related recipes can also be resized

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Upload up to 10 images per recipe

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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Organise your shopping list by aisles/departments

Now you can organise your shopping list by aisles/departments using drag and drop technology.

Add aisles/departments on the fly and just drag ingredients into them. The relationship between the ingredient and aisle/department will be saved for future shopping lists.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

New Features

Lots of new features added to Web Recipe Manager recently.

  • New drop down menu in the login area

  • Text resizer added

  • Import updated to allow the import of multiple files at one time

  • Progress bars added to the import page so you can see what files are being imported and when

This looks so much nicer than the old navigation bar and allows easier navigation to many more pages.

Now you can change the text on any page to suit your requirements. There is a choice of three sizes, just click on the A in the size you want. This setting is then saved on your computer in a cookie, so it will be remembered each time you log in. The altered text size is also reflected when you print menus, recipes or shopping lists.

Now when you browse to files on your computer you can select as many files as you want, just so long as they are in CSV or Meal Master format.

Not only can you import multiple files at once, you can also see which files are to be imported. Then when you import the progress of the import is displayed.

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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Shopping List Feature Coming

I'm currently working on a shopping list feature to add to Web Recipe Manager. A shopping list can be generated from a meal plan, or it can be created by typing in a list of items. Shopping lists can be printed, saved or deleted. You can also select ingredients to be excluded from generated shopping lists (things like water, pepper salt, etc or things you always have on hand).

It's almost done, look out for it here.

Monday, December 21, 2009

It's finally up and running

Well it's only taken 12 months, but the Web Recipe Manager website is finally up and running. It was a great experience and learning curve for me. I've been in the IT industry since I started working, but not on the web side of things. I hope it doesn't show too much :)

The site was launched in October. Since then I've added a menu planner, and just yesterday a new page where a complete recipe can be added by copying and pasting. Then it's a simple matter of selecting and tagging the recipe parts (name, ingredients, directions, etc) by clicking the appropriate button, before adding the recipe. It can then be checked before saving. I know the tagging part may be a bit of a pain, but it really helps to ensure the recipe is interpreted correctly. Of course it's never going to be 100% accurate in all cases, as recipes can be very complicated, and everyone has their own way of presenting them.

I use Web Recipe Manager to manage my own collection of recipes, and I really like it, but that's not to say you will too. So please give me some feedback - good or bad - then I can ensure you enjoy using it as well.

Check it out here.