Quite a while ago, I posted about Lazarus, the Chrome extension which prevents the loss of data you insert into a form on a page when you accidentally navigate away from the page (or if the internet connection breaks). In the last paragraph in that post, I promised to follow up and write about the browser extensions I’m using. More than a year passed but better late than never!
Maintaining a WordPress website includes many different tasks and one often neglected is removing obsolete data from the database. I bumped into an awesome post on how to clean the
wp_options table and autoloaded data and if you are working on WordPress websites, I recommend reading it.
A very cool website for finding helpful WordPress development tutorials. If you are a WordPress developer, make sure to check it out!