You need to update a post.No problem.But, it’s a big update and will take you more than an hour to finish. Here’s why that sucks:If you save, your half-baked update will be published for the whole world to seeIf you don’t save, you could accidentally close the browser tab and lose all of your workSo what do you do when you need to save a draft of a published page?You install a brand new plugin that adds a “revision” feature to WordPress.Here’s how…How to save drafts of live pages Subscribe to Compete Themes on YouTubeSaved by a plugin, yet again!To add the revision functionality to your site, install & activate the free Revisionize plugin.You can download it from the link above, or simply search for it from the Plugins menu in your WP dashboard.Search for “revisionize” and it will be the top resultOnce the plugin is activated, visit your Posts menu. When you hover your cursor over a post, you’ll see a new “Revisionize” option.This option is available for…
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