My Worst Blunder at WordPress Editing

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If you are writing a new WP post, don’t use your browser return tab then click on ‘add new post’. I did that and previous posts were replaced by the new posts — the previous posts were deleted! And the funny thing was that I didn’t notice at once because I really don’t read my own blogs — I just scan them. I only noticed my blunder when I noticed that 2 posts were missing. Yes, I committed the blunder twice! What I did to restore the deleted posts:

I went to my WP mail notifications and opened ‘post changed’
This is the important part: I clicked the WP button ‘add new post’ then pasted and copied the deleted one. I saved it as a draft. I needed to do that to get the right publishing date sequences
I restored the one with the ‘restore’ option then repeated the step…

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Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.
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