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Clean your Media Library and Uploads directory from the files which are not used.
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Clean your Media Library and Uploads directory from the files which are not used.
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Media File Cleaner
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Media File Cleaner
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<strong>AGAIN, BE CAREFUL</strong>. Again, this plugin deletes files so... be careful! Backup is not only important, it is <strong>necessary</strong>. Don't use this plugin if you don't understand how WordPress works. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>AGAIN, BE CAREFUL</strong>. Again, this plugin deletes files so... be careful! Backup is not only important, it is <strong>necessary</strong>. Don't use this plugin if you don't understand how WordPress works.
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<strong>FREE / PRO</strong>. In the standard/free version, it is only possible to delete those files one by one. Why? Too many people install free plugins quickly, to try them quickly, and can mess-up their installs as quickly. If you want to work more seriously with that plugin and if it works for you with the free version, you can consider upgrading to the PRO one and delete all your files at once. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>FREE / PRO</strong>. In the standard/free version, it is only possible to delete those files one by one. Why? Too many people install free plugins quickly, to try them quickly, and can mess-up their installs as quickly. If you want to work more seriously with that plugin and if it works for you with the free version, you can consider upgrading to the PRO one and delete all your files at once.
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<strong>DASHBOARD</strong>. Those file will be shown in a specific dashboard. At this point, it will be up to you to delete them. Files detected as un-used are added to a specific dashboard where you can choose to trash them. They will be then moved to a trash internal to the plugin. After more testing, you can trash them definitely. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>DASHBOARD</strong>. Those file will be shown in a specific dashboard. At this point, it will be up to you to delete them. Files detected as un-used are added to a specific dashboard where you can choose to trash them. They will be then moved to a trash internal to the plugin. After more testing, you can trash them definitely.
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<strong>UNIQUE PLUGIN</strong>. Such a plugin is difficult to create and to maintain. If you understand WordPress, you probably know why. This plugin tries its best to help you. Get used to it and you will get awesome results. This is the only plugin to propose those functions and even a dashboard to cleanup your WordPress install from unused files. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>UNIQUE PLUGIN</strong>. Such a plugin is difficult to create and to maintain. If you understand WordPress, you probably know why. This plugin tries its best to help you. Get used to it and you will get awesome results. This is the only plugin to propose those functions and even a dashboard to cleanup your WordPress install from unused files.
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Of course. I don't like to see too many of those buttons neither ;) You can disable the donation buttons from all my plugins by adding this to your wp-config.php: <code>define('WP_HIDE_DONATION_BUTTONS', true);</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Of course. I don't like to see too many of those buttons neither ;) You can disable the donation buttons from all my plugins by adding this to your wp-config.php: <code>define('WP_HIDE_DONATION_BUTTONS', true);</code>
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Donations can be made through Paypal here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&amp;hosted_button_id=H2S7S3G4XMJ6J. They are really rare but always welcomed :) You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Donations can be made through Paypal here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&amp;hosted_button_id=H2S7S3G4XMJ6J. They are really rare but always welcomed :)
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It re-creates the Media File Cleaner table in the database. You will need to re-run the scan after this. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
It re-creates the Media File Cleaner table in the database. You will need to re-run the scan after this.
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6 - Run the plugin Media File Cleaner to locate and erase the orphan files in the upload folder 7 - Disable the maintenance mode. 8 - Test everything in incognito mode or in a new browser (so nothing is cached). 9 - Double test everything with another computer. 10 - Do another manual full backup with BackupBuddy. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
6 - Run the plugin Media File Cleaner to locate and erase the orphan files in the upload folder 7 - Disable the maintenance mode. 8 - Test everything in incognito mode or in a new browser (so nothing is cached). 9 - Double test everything with another computer. 10 - Do another manual full backup with BackupBuddy.
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DELETE FROM syl_db.wp_postmeta WHERE post_id NOT IN ( SELECT ID FROM syl_db.wp_posts ); You have to log in to add a translation. Details
DELETE FROM syl_db.wp_postmeta WHERE post_id NOT IN ( SELECT ID FROM syl_db.wp_posts );
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5 - Use the plugin WP Clean Up to dispose the ‘Orphan Postmeta’. 5.1 - If the plugin times out, run the following query to delete the orphan postmeta. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
5 - Use the plugin WP Clean Up to dispose the ‘Orphan Postmeta’. 5.1 - If the plugin times out, run the following query to delete the orphan postmeta.
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DELETE FROM syl_db.wp_posts WHERE post_type = 'attachment' AND post_parent NOT IN ( SELECT ID FROM ( SELECT ID FROM syl_db.wp_posts WHERE post_type &lt;&gt; 'attachment' ) as sub_query ); You have to log in to add a translation. Details
DELETE FROM syl_db.wp_posts WHERE post_type = 'attachment' AND post_parent NOT IN ( SELECT ID FROM ( SELECT ID FROM syl_db.wp_posts WHERE post_type &lt;&gt; 'attachment' ) as sub_query );
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How to restore the WordPress installation to full health: 1 - Do a manual full backup with the plugin BackupBuddy. 2 - Use the plugin WP Maintenance Mode to enable the maintenance mode. This will serve a static page to everyone, except administrators. 3 - Run the plugin WP Clean Up and delete all the drafts - Check if there is any draft that is not a RSS imported post (categorized as ‘imported-photo’). 4 - DELETE orphan attachments with the following query: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
How to restore the WordPress installation to full health: 1 - Do a manual full backup with the plugin BackupBuddy. 2 - Use the plugin WP Maintenance Mode to enable the maintenance mode. This will serve a static page to everyone, except administrators. 3 - Run the plugin WP Clean Up and delete all the drafts - Check if there is any draft that is not a RSS imported post (categorized as ‘imported-photo’). 4 - DELETE orphan attachments with the following query:
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Manu shared with me what he wrote to his development team in order to clean WordPress. Here it is: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Manu shared with me what he wrote to his development team in order to clean WordPress. Here it is:
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