Latest version1.0released onDecember 19, 2010
- 1. Overview
- 2. Requirements
- 3. Installation
- 4. How to use
- 5. Download
- 6. Changelog
- 7. Comments
Starting with WordPress 2.6, whenever you update a post or a page, a copy of the previous version of the content is automatically saved as a “revision”. While this is a very useful feature (as you can at any time compare the current content to a previous one and revert if it’s the case), WordPress does not give any means of managing these revision.
With the help of the Zebra Revisions Control WordPress plugin, you can either deactivate the feature entirely or instruct WordPress to always keep only a limited number of revisions per posts/pages.
1. Download the latest version, unpack it, and copy the entire folder to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory
2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
How to use
After the plugin is activated, a new entry will be available in the “Settings” section, called “Revisions”. Clicking on it will bring up the plugin’s configuration page where revisions can be configured:
– revisions can be disabled; in this case all currently existing revisions will be deleted!
– specify a maximum number (between 1 and 100) of revisions to be preserved for a page/post; in this case, existing revisions for a given page/post, exceeding the given number, will be deleted when the page/post is updated!
Revisions Control WordPress plugin is distributed under the LGPL.
In plain English, this means that you have the right to view and to modify the source code of this software, but if you modify and distribute it, you are required to license your copy under a LGPL-compatible license, and to make the entire source code of your derivation available to anybody you distribute the software to.
You also have the right to use this software together with software that has different licensing terms (including, but not limited to, commercial and closed-source software), and distribute the combined software, as long as state that your software contains portions licensed under the LGPL license, and provide information about where the LGPL licensed software can be downloaded.
If you distribute copies of this software you may not change the copyright or license of this software.
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- version 1.0 (December 19, 2010)
- initial release;