You shouldn’t publish a new post without previewing it first. At least, that’s how I catch most of my formatting and other mistakes. WordPress already gives you a simple way to preview your posts. These 5 preview plugins for WordPress can also make your life easier:
Inline Preview: adds a preview of the post you are writing next to the editor, so you don’t have to preview your post in a separate tab.
Public Post Preview: this is useful when you need to give an anonymous user a preview of what you have written. You don’t have to publish your post or do anything else for this plugin to work.
Preview Blog Draft: let your visitors see the title of your draft post to make them want to come back for more.
Responsive Post Preview: lets you preview your posts and pages in different views to make sure your content looks fine on small and large displays.
Preview Posts Everywhere: allows you to preview your drafts on home, category, archive, and search pages. Use it to check your draft’s featured images, titles, and more before you publish your post.
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