Post revisions automatically saves each post draft, update and auto saves. Earlier we have discussed about limiting or turning off post revisions in WordPress.
The main purpose of limiting, deleting or turning off post revisions is to decrease unnecessary load on your database. In this lesson we will show you how you can purge i.e. delete post revisions when writing or updating posts in your website. Continue reading Purge Post Revisions Using A Simple Discreet Link In WordPress →
Remove Old Revisions is the new WordPress plugin that automatically removes deletes revisions older than given number of days in your WordPress site. The plugin allows you to automatically remove revisions which are older than the given number of days or you can leave it to blank or 0 to disable the old revision check.
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Now you can easily control the revisions for each stored post type (posts, pages and other custom post types) in your WordPress installation. This way you can reduce the weight of your site’s database and get noticeable performance from faster database queries. Continue reading How To Set Number Of Revisions To Save For Each Post Type In WordPress ? →
Sometimes when you make changes to any of your blog post and think of reviewing them before making them live, using default WordPress features what you can get is post revisions from the author and then upload them manually. But with Revisionary plugin you get option to save revisions to your published post and then they can get reviewed, then published later.
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Undo is popular feature of office suites, photo editors and many other apps. WordPress by default doesn’t provides you any undo button but sometimes you can use CTRL + Z to undo a line or character but thing is very limited because you cannot use us it for many undo steps like you do in other applications.
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