When you save a draft or update a post, WordPress stores a copy of the changes from the previous version. This feature is helpful if you ever need to revert to a previous version of your content, but these revisions take space in your database. If you have a lot of revisions, this can take up your server storage and possibly impact your site performance over time. In this article, we’ll see how to manage WordPress revisions to optimize your site performance.
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