Scheduling Post in WordPress

First of all very sorry if i recently couldn’t visit the blogs which i visit always, due to my office’s horrible internet connection which i mentioned before (thanks to our very own superb ISP – TeeAmNet). It’s really driving me nuts sometimes especially when i am in hurry on searching something on the Internet. For now, everytime i reach office i will check my mail, read my netvibe‘s feed, check the webmastermalaysia forum for updates and also load some of the blogs when i am able to and when the line is still fine. After around 30 – 45 minutes, i have to surfing the Internet because i by then i will already be half way to nuts! Anyway not going to talk much about it again and again.

By the time you read this post, I probably be either in the middle of nut-ing with the internet connection, or in the middle of lunch. Therefore, how do i actually post this when my connection is in that horrible situation? Yeah~ is the scheduling for the wordpress. Thanks to hongkiat for giving me a hint on there’s actually such thing and my curiousity led me to find out on how to set it up. This is my second test of the scheduling post and if you see this means it work! FYI, this is just for WordPress Users

3 type of responses i expected:

  • “Ceh! i also know lah!”
  • “Eh? can do like that wan ar??”
  • *Just read without thinking about it*

Anyway, no matter what kind of response u have now i will still talk about it and teach on how to setup the scheduling. Err…again FYI, this is just for WordPress Users.

It’s actually easy like breathing the air! Just write your post normally, and before you hit PUBLISH, head on to the bottom right most, which is the Post Timestamp section. Edit the date and time for when you want your this particular post to be publish or shown on your blog.

You might ask, how will i know the look of the post when it is not published? what if there’s an error or there’s any typo or broken link? and when it is published that time i wasn’t there to check? Well, of course you can check your post anytime after you saved your written post with the edited timestamp.
Just go to Manage and click on the Edit for your that blog. Once you are in the edit page, scroll to the bottom most and you can see your that post’s preview. Now whatever error or broken link you can spot it as like you see on live!

Simple as that huh! Hope you all will find this useful and it does to me! 😀


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7 Comment(s) On This Topic

Rabbit said during June 9th, 2007 at 12:50 pm

I is not a wordpress user wor. So I is in the *Just read without thinking about it* group lor? Keke!

seraphangel said during June 9th, 2007 at 1:04 pm

haha, I’ve seen the timestamp option for ages, but never thought of fiddling with it to see what it does, will be useful 🙂

boon said during June 10th, 2007 at 2:49 am

@Rabbit: u r indeed 😛 i dun think blogspot got these kinda thing right?

@seraphangel: seriously i also same as u until i read it on the Internet regarding it..

kailoon said during June 10th, 2007 at 5:36 am

good information.

iCalvyn said during June 13th, 2007 at 9:28 pm

wa… this feture i see before,but dono how to use…i will try it now…thank for your info la…

boon said during June 15th, 2007 at 1:03 am

hahha! no prob at all dudes 😉

Trestypepreer said during February 12th, 2009 at 9:36 pm

Bonjourno dear friends! I was reading about for a while and now i’m registered:)
Hope i’m welcome here:)

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