In WordPress by default post revisions are enabled. WP saves a different version of page or post for each edit you make. It is a great feature and let you revert your edits as a specific edit. As number of post edits increases it makes database heavy. For example, You have edited a post 30 times and each revisions saved in database.
In this post I am going to explain how to disable revisions or at least lower down number of revisions saved in database. [Continue reading]