I forgot to publish a blog post yesterday, that’s why I created a back post. I mean, a back-dated post. This is an example of a back dated post. Backdating a post is useful if you want to trick yourself and your readers that you posted a blog post a day before today. It’s like having your very own time machine, and creating a post a day prior to the present day.
That’s what I’m doing right now, I’m creating my own time machine. It’s true, it’s true. Time machine exists, not only in our minds, but in WordPress itself. It also exists online, if you know where to look for it. There are websites like “the way back machine” wherein you can travel through time and check the pages that are long gone, or how your site looks like a month or a year ago, or 20 years ago, if you already have a domain last 1991.
Anyway, this is just a back dated post, so I shouldn’t be talking a lot in here.