I have enabled the print module and configured the basic page content type to show a PDF print link under the basic page settings.

basic page content type print setting

On the print module's Links settings page at admin/config/user-interface/print/ui, under the Advanced Link Options heading, I can specify the paths where I want to show a PDF print link.

print module link setting

But it is still showing a "print PDF" link on all basic pages.

I also tried by disabling the print setting under basic page settings, and only entering the path under print links settings, but then it disable the pdf print link from all basic pages -- even from the one I want it to show up on.

Download and install 7.x-1.3 of the Print module instead of 7.x-2.x. In 7.x-1.3 there will be a Link Visibility section in the PDF configuration section that will let you select the pages to display the PDF link on. For some reason this no longer appears in 7.x-2.x, at least I haven't been able to find it.

Check the Link options section at admin/config/user-interface/print/ui, making sure you don't have 'content corner' selected.

  • disabling "content corner" doesn't work. I tried with basic page settings have pdf print "show link" enabled and disabling that "content corner" – MutantMahesh Jul 17 '14 at 10:22
  • I think enabling print link on a specific page of specific content type functionality is not available in print module. Description says: "Show link in system (non-content) pages" and "Any page that is not a Drupal node. Usually pages generated by Drupal or a module such as Views or Panels." – MutantMahesh Jul 17 '14 at 10:33
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    The Printer-friendly pages UI module is one of the modules part of the Printer, email and PDF versions project. – kiamlaluno Jul 17 '14 at 12:05

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