How to Set a Minimum Word Count for WordPress Posts


How to Set a Minimum Word Count for WordPress Posts
Mildred Sherman

I tried dis steps https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-set-a-minimum-word-count-for-wordpress-posts/ to Set a Minimum Word Count for WordPress Posts
but even if i Set a Minimum Words it triggers like dis https://share-ask.com/s/error which is perfect but insted of not publising dat post wich is lesser in wordcount it still publishes page

How to Set a Minimum Word Count for WordPress Posts
Yessenia Tellez

Have you googled that question? I just did, and came up with quite a few articles that deal with that issue. For example:
https://trickspanda.com/set-minimum-word-count-wordpress-posts/
https://wpeden.com/tipsntuts/set-a-minimum-word-count-for-wordpress-posts/

How to Set a Minimum Length for WordPress Posts
Karla Simmons

Personally, I feel that an error message above the content of the post is more appropriate instead of redirecting the user to a new page with nothing but a warning. Moreover, the status of the buttons in the text editor after the message is displayed should make it clear that the post hasn’t been published, yet the author’s work is still saved as a draft. Basically, instead of seeing the traditional “Post Published” status message, the user should see the error message instead – with a nice red border to draw their attention to it.

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