Occasionally updating or revising a post on your WordPress site isn’t a time-consuming task. It also doesn’t take up a lot of space. However, over time, revisions do start to add up and can eventually take up a considerable amount of space on your database.Whether you’re in a pursuit to free up some much-needed space or prevent the matter altogether, disabling or removing old post revisions from your WordPress site is an available option. Doing either can help reduce database bloat and optimize performance.In this post, we’ll discuss what post revisions are and how they can be used. We’ll explain why you’d want to disable, limit, or remove them, and walk you how to do each one. Let’s get started!What Is a Post Revision?Post revisions, which are sometimes referred to as revisions, are a built-in feature of WordPress. They are useful because they make it easy to revert to a previous version of a post and undo the changes you made.For example, let’s say you decided to…
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