Featured Image

A Featured Image represents the mood, or theme of your WordPress post. If you’re writing a post about apples, the featured image should probably be an image of apples.

Both Posts and Pages have a Featured Image option.

If you’re new to WordPress, you will find the “Featured Image” box on the right-hand side of the screen when creating posts.

Click on the “Set Featured Image” link and this will open the WordPress Media Uploader. You can use that to upload an image from your computer or use an existing image from your Media Library.

PublishPress Checklists 2.4 Has New Approval and Link Features

PublishPress Checklists is a plugin that we’ve been working on throughout 2020. With this plugin, you can define tasks that users must complete before content is published. For example, you can make sure your posts have a minimum or maximum number of words. Or you can ensure that all your posts have a featured image….

What is the Best Plugin to Track WordPress Revisions?

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PublishPress Checklists Now Allows Some Users to Skip Required Tasks

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PublishPress Checklists Pro 2.0 is Now Available

Do you care about creating great content with WordPress? Now there’s a plugin that allows you to ensure all your content meets your high standards. We’ve just released version 2.0 of the PublishPress Checklists plugin. This version is now a stand-alone plugin. It also has full support for WooCommerce products, and it can be white-labelled.