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How to show updated older post at first in the Blog as regular post in Wordpress?

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I have a WordPress Blog which I updated regularly. I always updated my older post of my Wordpress Blog. I need a system that when I will updated any of my older post then the older post need to be shown at first as regular post. Can anybody help me?

posted May 31, 2017 by Debaprasad Maity

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WordPress saves a post with Post ID and number of other identities into database so, just by changing it's date we can't renew it or make it act like new post. It will remain old post.

You can make it's copy and publish that with edits instead. There are number of plugins for duplicating a post with a single click. Try those.

answer Jun 7, 2017 by Divya Nayak
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