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Community | divitheme.net | Jan. 21, 2020

How WP Reset helped me to release my Divi child theme

In this article I am going to review a great free WordPress plugin that I recently came across. It is called WP Reset and you can download it from the official WordPress plugin repository. I used this plugin to “reset” (to clean) my WP installation on which I was testing my premium Divi child theme (Blue Biz) before I released it.

How WP Reset helped me to release my Divi child theme

Community | divitheme.net | Jan. 21, 2020

In this article, I’m going to review a great free WordPress plugin that I recently came across. It is called WP Reset and you can download it from the official WordPress plugin repository. I used this plugin to “reset” (to clean) my WP installation on which I was testing my premium Divi child theme (Blue Biz) before I released it. Most of you probably think that regular users and developers are two different species with distinct habits that don’t have meeting points, but there are actually quite a few connectable dots. As hard as it might be to admit, we are all hoarders that pay our habits with a currency called reset! When you spot that sweet plugin that fulfills the needs you didn’t even know exist, you hit that download button faster than greased lightning. And by getting carried off, you make an enviable collection of helpers that many can admire. But on the other side of the coin, many of those remain unused and a victim of virtual dust that is piling on them. There are multiple reasons that can happen, and one of those is that the plugin sounds great in theory, but is it actually in practice? Only if you could give it a short test run to decide