WordPress automatically saves your post drafts after every sixty seconds, the feature is very useful for all bloggers because it helps you to get your content back in case your web browser crashes, your system hangs or shuts down etc. This tutorial explains you how you can change the default autosave time interval of WordPress from 60 seconds to something else.
Post revisions lets you tract post changes and revert them back easily but they populates your site _posts table and increases its size. This tutorial contains two simple wp-config.php file hacks you can use for turning off or limiting your posts revisions. Continue reading How To Limit Or Entirely Turn Off Post Revisions In WordPress ?
WordPress can be used in many different languages. By default the language installed and active on WP sites is English. You can easily change your installation language by editing your wp-config.php file which is present in your site’s root directory. Remember it may happen that the language you have defined in your wp-config.php file is not installed in your WordPress site. In such case you can download your language files from here and upload them to Your site root -> wp-content -> Languages directory.
Without visiting cPanel and editing or adding PHP files you can very easily customize your WordPress installation with some basic hacks that every WordPress site owner needs, specially if you are working on your client website.
You can easily style headings you use for your blog posts, pages and everywhere else in your WordPress site simply by editing your theme’s style.css file. Style.css file is located in the directory of theme you are using. You can easily edit it from your admin area Dashboard -> Appearance -> Editor Page in single WordPress installations and Network Admin Dashboard -> Themes -> Editor Page in WordPress Multisite Networks.