PDF flipbook counterfeits of DearFlip

Piracy is an ongoing problem in internet. It’s easy to grab content from other sites and display or even sell it under different name. DearFlip, initially dFlip, started in 2016 from Codecanyon. It was listed in COdecanyon marketplace while demos and docs were displayed in flipbookplugin.com . At that time sustainibility was the main concern … Read more

How to add Custom Code to WordPress pages

Most of the time, default settings and features don’t solve all of the problem. Some tweaks and customizations are required once in a while. Same is the case for our WordPress flipbook plugin customer. DearFlip tries to maintain simple structure and still be fast, powerful. And when some extra feature or customization is required it … Read more

PDF Links are not working? What is the issue?

In PDF links are created while designing the PDF and they are actually defined before exporting. Yet some advanced Desktop PDF readers can detect such texts that look like URLS and convert those text-URL to links, not every. You can see that those text-URL links don’t work in mobiles and Mozilla Firefox readers. We suggest defining the links explicitly so that they work as expected everywhere. Attaching … Read more

Customizing Buttons

Normal Button Normally by default the buttons looks like primary WordPress buttons. ._df_button { //your style goes here } Changing Color Customizations can be achieved using custom CSS. On WordPress – We recommend using Theme Customizer -> Additional CSS section for adding Custom CSS. Or a custom code plugin if you change themes often. ._df_button … Read more

CORS issues with PDF. Why it happens and how it can be fixed?

Modern internet browsers take security seriously! After many attacks and malpractice on the internet, many new security rules have been introduced. Among such rules is CORS (Cross-origin resource sharing), which applies for cross-domain resource access; mainly using AJAX requests. WHY CORS occurs in DEARFLIP? DearFlip uses PDF.js that relies on Ajax requests to fetch PDF … Read more

An alternative to Turn.js that supports PDF – DearFlip

Turn.js has been an easily available flipbook solution for javascript developers. Though it is released under a non-commercial BSD license, it still attracts many users due to its public availability on GitHub. For initial implementation and providing a good idea about flipbook, turn.js has been pivotal in the flipbook industry.   Turn.js has shown it’s … Read more

Page Modes and customizations

dFlip supports double and single page mode for reading. And in Single page mode, there are booklets and focus single page mode. Page Modes: In Auto mode, flipbook will use DoublePage mode for desktop and single page mode for mobile. Click on the example below to see the auto mode flipbook. In DoublePage mode, the … Read more

Document Layouts for dFlip Flipbook plugin

Documents are created in various formats and layout to support publishing requirements. dFlip supports two popular layout formats in which pages can be arranged and used. Single Page Layout Double Page Layout (booklet form) Single Page Format: Single Page is a very common format where every page in the document is the same size. Example … Read more