It is possible to create a bookmarklet to edit posts in WordPress without having to log in. This is done by creating a bookmarklet that skips most of the steps required to edit a post.
This can save a lot of time every day.
The blog post
provides more details on how to create the bookmarklet.
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If you are logged into WordPress, the admin toolbar lets you easily edit the currently viewed page or post. But if you are not logged in, you have to take a lot more steps:
I've created (a bookmarklet) to skip most of the steps. (See the blog post for more details.) It saves me a lot of time every day.
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WP_Customize_Manager::trash_changeset_ post () wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php. Trashes or deletes a changeset post . wp_publish_ post () wp-includes/ post .php. Publishes a post by transitioning the post status. wp_insert_ post () wp-includes/ post .php. Inserts or update a post .
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