If you have a blog that runs on WordPress you’ve probably noticed how every time you make a change to a post or page WordPress creates a copy of the previous version and stores it in the WordPress database.
These copies are called “Post Revisions”, and they can come in real handy when you want to revert back to an older version of a post. Simply select the version you want to revert to and the WordPress editor will make it happen.
But there’s a problem with these Post Revisions. Every time one is created it basically creates a new copy of the post you’re working on and stores it in the WordPress database. [Read more…]