How to Allow Users to Notify You of Errors in WordPress Posts


How to Allow Users to Notify You of Errors in WordPress Posts
Yvette Garrett

Self publishing your ideas on the web has become extremely easy. However, the biggest downside of self-publishing is that you are entirely responsible for your mistakes. There is no one checking, proof reading and editing what you publish except yourself. You might have built yourself a good editing workflow where you cross-check your facts, spell-check your articles, and polish your thoughts with revisions, but there is always a chance that you might make a mistake. A small typo, a broken link, or another minor error can happen because you are human. Though if not reported on time, your error can stay there for years. In this article, we will show you how to allow your users to notify you of error in WordPress post content using error notifications.

How to Allow Users to Notify You of Errors in WordPress Posts
Alberta Phelps

Publishing your ideas online has become extremely easy. However, the biggest issue is that you are entirely responsible for your mistakes. A typo, broken link, or another minor error is expected over time because you are human but, if not reported the error could stay there for years. In this video, we will show you how to allow users to notify you of errors in WordPress Posts.

How to Allow Users to Notify You of WordPress Post Spelling and Grammar Errors
Remona Friedman

Other things like typos, broken links, incorrect stats or facts because they have changed over time, can really hinder a WordPress post. What was supposed to be a dynamic piece of content is getting viewed in a different way. There are many common WordPress errors that can live inside content for years because once it is published you aren’t paying much more attention to it.

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