Among many new exciting features, WordPress 2.6 released the ability to store each and every revision of your posts, like an elaborate update history. Now this can be a pretty useful feature if you are only making substantive changes to your articles, but if you change a "the" or a preposition, this can be overkill.
The suggested workaround to disable this revision function is to enter a variable in your wp_config.php file. But this takes away the functionality from the entire blog.
I discovered a superb plugin today that makes this process very simple. It allows you to define the setting from the WordPress aministration interface on a Global basis. That is, to
- Disable All revisions for all posts/pages
- And override on a per-page/post basis.
For example, I can set Revisions to Disabled globally, and then enable it to store say 5 revisions for a Specific page(Without affecting any other pages).
You'll find some Info ( & Download link) on it here:
This is not MU compatible yet (untested).Read More