Confuscius said “It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop”. Interesting is that I learned about this quote just few minutes ago and when I knew about it, I thought slowly (without stopping) I have published 300 blog entries on this blog.
A few days ago, when I published my latest blog How I have solved the “The plugin generated xxxx characters of unexpected output during activation problem…” I did not notice that it was my 300th published post on this blog. I noticed it later and tweeted about it. Few friends also responded me with congrats. Thanks to all of them.
Today after reading the quote of the Confucius, I thought it is worthy to write a blog about my 300th blog post. Why? What’s the specialty of 300? Continue reading →
If you come to this post, it is highly possible that yo are already annoyed by the Trash feature of WordPress that was introduced in its version 2.9.
I personally find it very helpful in live sites but I believe no one than me is annoyed most by it on development site. However, WordPress is always sweet and its programmers has longer nose. So they put a configurable option to adjust it.
All you need is to add a line in wp-config.php file. You will need to add a constant like:
That’s it. The trash button from your WordPress will just elope and your old loving Delete button will come back:).
One more thing, by default WordPress keeps stuffs in trash for 30 days. So if you want to keep the posts in Trash for 3 days, write like: