Not everyone loves the post-revisioning feature of WordPress. In fact, some people can’t stand it. On the one hand, it’s nice to have a library of post-draft revisions to drudge through if you should ever make a mistake. On the other hand, multiple copies of every post is a great way to bloat your database with otherwise useless information.
Located in the
header.php file of most WordPress themes, there is an important hook called
wp_head(). This essential hook enables functions to output content to the browser in the
<head></head> area of the web document 1. In newer versions of WordPress, this hook enables WordPress to output the following three lines to your theme’s
<head></head> section 2:
Ever needed to update an option in your database without having to log into your control panel or phpMyAdmin? WordPress provides you with an easy way to view, edit and update your database options table (
wp_options) by simply opening the following URL in your browser: