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Save Post to DB only once

Posted on 2010-08-28
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By default, WordPress saves each "version" of a post as a separate entry in the database.  I know there's a way to disable that, so that each post exists as only one entry, and edits to the post overwrite that entry, but I can't remember where it was.  I don't think it was a dashboard thing, I think it was a variable in one of the php scripts.

I'm using version 3 (the most recent).

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that's it - thanks a ton
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