A Quick Publish only updates your static site with the latest content published or updated since the last publish.

This is great for publishing your latest content to your static site...quickly!

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You can find the Quick Publish option in the Strattic dropdown menu in the WordPress admin toolbar.

From the admin toolbar in WordPress, you can select which Environment you wish to Publish to (Strattic Preview or Live Environment) and then click the Quick Publish option

You can also find Quick Publish under Strattic > Publish:

  • Select the Environment tab you wish to Publish to (Live Environment or Preview Environment)

  • Then click the blue "Publish to ..." button under the Quick Publish heading.

Quick Publish will update the following content on your static site:

  • New or edited Posts (including Custom Post Types)

  • New or edited Pages

  • Related categories (because of a new post in that category)

  • Related tags (because of a new post with that tag)

  • Related taxonomies (because of a new post in that taxonomy)

  • Sitemap

  • Main RSS feed (/feed)

When not to use a quick publish?

Since only a few pages get published during a quick publish, you shouldn't use it for the following scenarios:

  • Changes to the Navigation Menu

  • Changes to the Sidebar

  • Changes to the Footer

  • Switching themes

  • Changes to any site-wide elements

  • Adding a new plugin that affects every page of your site

  • After migrating a site

How does Quick Publish compare to other publishes?

There are three publishing options, Selective Publish, Quick Publish, and Full Publish. The table below shows what will be published when using each of these options.

Knowing your best publishing option will allow you to publish as quickly as possible.

Selective

Quick

Full

New Posts

Edit existing posts

New or edited Pages

Deleting/Trash a page or post

Specified File Paths

Blog Archive

Archives related to new/edited posts (Author, Tag, Category, etc.)

Dynamically updated content (Sitemap, RSS Feed)

New or edited Elementor Templates

Switching Theme

Theme Changes

Site-Wide Elements (i.e. Header, Menu, Footer, Widgets)

Adding/Deleting Plugin

Changing Plugin Settings

Changing Site Settings

Supported Forms: changing form settings (i.e. notifications)

No publish required

No publish required

No publish required

Supported Forms:
New or Edited Form on one page (i.e. adding a field)

Supported Forms:
New or Edited Form on multiple pages (i.e. adding a field)

Site Migration

Adding, editing or removing files via FTP

What's next?

We recommend learning about these useful publishing choices next.

How To Speed Up the Publish Process

Speed up publishing by removing non-essential types of content from getting published.

Selective Publish

Selective publish allows you to update individual posts or pages on your site! Perfect for fixing typos or updating content quickly!

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