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Tag Archives: Revision

Take Control of Post Revisions

WordPress revisions system saves a record of each saved draft or published update. This feature is important to site owners, because it provides some sort of “backup” for the content in case you accidentally edit posts the wrong way. By default, WordPress saves every copy of revision when you click Save button. All the revision copies take up room in database, will eventually slow down the query time, especially on sites with many blogs.

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Restore Custom Post Type from History that doesn’t have Revisions Enabled

I know the title sounds a little wired, here is the background story. WordPress has Revisions system stores a record of each saved draft or published update. It is enabled for Post & Page. But in Custom Post Type, Revisions support is up to the theme developer to enable it. As long as you use themes, you should have noticed that, in some themes, the revisions is disabled on Custom Post Type by default. When Custom Post Type is used for short content such as Testimonial, it isn’t much of trouble to restore a revision. But not for a CPT post with a lot of content.

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