Disable Post Revisions in WordPress

WordPress automatically saves versions of posts and pages so we don’t have to. The post revisions feature have been around since WordPress 2.6 and it ensure the content is saved regularly, in the database so we can revert back in case shit happens.

The problem with this feature is that every new revision requires a separate row and multiple entries in some WordPress’s database tables plus older revisions are never deleted. This means that every change you make to posts and pages will decrease disk space and add more burden to the database processing.

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A lot of times we think we need to have everything in place to be ready to launch a website or a digital product. Everything perfect. All polished and ready before we hit “publish”.

The truth is, most of the time, this is just an excuse to push back our fear of failure with every excuse possible.

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