January 11, 2012

How To Add An Expiration Date To WordPress Posts with the Post Expirator Plugin

Many of us run time-sensitive posts on our websites. Let’s say you are running a daily coupon site. You will have to clean up your expired deal posts on a daily basis to keep your website looking clean and professional…

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