Using the PublishPress Revisions – Best Plugin to Update Your WordPress Posts

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If you run a WordPress site, your content is your most valuable asset. Your content helps sell your products or services. Your content makes you money. So it makes you spend a long time writing, editing and proofing your content to make it as good as possible. However, WordPress doesn’t have any easy way to protect your published content. Once your content is live on your site, there are a few ways to prevent unwanted updates. It’s not possible to “lock” your posts. Fortunately, there is a solution available in WordPress thanks to “PublishPress Revisions”. Using this plugin, you can decide which users are allowed to update your published content. PublishPress Revisions is a reliable plugin that has been around for over ten years now: it was previously called “Revisionary”. In this tutorial, I’m going to give you an overview of how to configure and use PublishPress Revisions on your sites.   Part #1. Getting Started with PublishPress Revisions To get started, download and install the PublishPress Revisions Free plugin from WordPress.org. PublishPress Revisions will work out-of-the-box without any extra configuration. This is possible because PublishPress automatically provides permissions for all the default WordPress user roles: “Contributors” can submit revisions to their published posts. “Revisors” can submit revisions to posts and pages published by others. “Authors”, “Editors” and “Administrators” can approve revisions or schedule their own revisions. However, PublishPress Revisions will also create a new user role called “Revisor”. This role is designed to only create revisions to existing content. For the first part of this tutorial, I’m going to use that “Revisor” role. Let’s start by creating a user in the “Revisor” role: Go to the “Users” link in your WordPress admin menu. Click the “Add New” button. Create a new user account. Choose the “Revisor” role. Click “Add...

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