This is a feature of the Feast Plugin
It’s been tested time and time again – visitors love the Jump to Recipe button.
We believe that you should make great content that people want to read, but still give them the ability to jump straight to the recipe card. Visitors want to know immediately if this recipe is for them – the ingredients are key to this.
But we’ve been asked for a way to add this to sites that want it, so we did.
How it works
First, you’ll need to enable the feature in the settings page:
Once enabled, the plugin checks for the presence of a Create recipe card in a post, and if it finds it, adds a “Jump to Recipe” button automagically.
The button uses the .more-link class to automatically match the styling of buttons on your homepage and elsewhere.
There’s some additional styling applied via .feast-jump-button and you can add further customizations to this via the “Additional CSS” screen.
Currently, styling for the button is added inline with the button to avoid adding the styling unnecessarily on every page. This means that if you’re adding styling via “Additional CSS” that override our inline styling, you may need to use the !important CSS property on your styles. This isn’t ideal, but there shouldn’t be much need for it.
Supported Recipe Plugins
Currently only works for Create cards by Mediavine.
For Tasty Recipes and WPRM, use their native “Jump to Recipe” feature.
We may add support for WPRM and Tasty Recipes if there’s a demand for it – our implementation of the jump to recipe button creates an anchor that doesn’t change when you change recipe plugins. While this is important, the use-case for this is fairly small because people don’t change recipe plugins frequently. If you’d like this, please let us know.