When writing your posts in WordPress, you will notice that the Publish meta box disappears if you scroll down a little. In order to hit the publish or update button, a user needs to scroll up and then click on those buttons. This little UI annoyance can be easily fixed. In this article we will show you how to update / publish WordPress posts from the bottom of screen.
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First thing you need to do is install and activate the Update From Bottom plugin. Upon activation, simply go to Posts » Add New. There you will notice two new buttons to update or publish posts and back to top button at the bottom of the screen.
The original update / publish buttons will remain unchanged, and you can still use them as always. These new buttons will come handy when you are at the bottom of the edit screen and quickly want to hit the update or publish button without scrolling up. You can also save time by quickly reaching to the top of the screen.
This is particularly helpful if you’re using a SEO plugin or have other metaboxes that you fill out before publishing a post.
We hope this article helped you update / publish WordPress posts from the bottom of the screen. You may also want to take a look at these 14 tips for mastering the WordPress visual editor.