Advanced Reset WordPress

Description

This plugin is very helpful for plugin and theme developers.

Resets the WordPress database back to it’s defaults. Deletes all customizations and content.

In addition, our plug-in gives developers the ability to one-click delete themes or plugins. Also, delete posts, pages, revisions and attachments.

Featured list

  • Re-install WordPress – this option a reset makes a fresh installation of your database. Therefore, ANY data in your database will be lost
  • Re-install WordPress and clear “uploads” folder – this option a reset makes a fresh installation of your database. Therefore, ANY data in your database will be lost. There will also be completely cleared folder “uploads”
  • Post cleaning – this option is to remove posts, pages, revisions, attachments or all items
  • Delete themes – this option is to remove all of your theme except active theme
  • Delete plugins – this option is to remove all of your plugins
  • Clear “uploads” folder – this option is to clean the “uploads” folder
  • Deep cleaning – this option removes the your plugins and themes, cleared “uploads” folder and then start a re-installation WordPress!

Screenshots

  • Admin page of the plugin

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/advanced-reset-wp directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Dashboard -> Tools -> Advanced Reset WP

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/advanced-reset-wp directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Dashboard -> Tools -> Advanced Reset WP

Reviews

had to reinstall- Error connecting DB

Damn – as soon as i did a cleanup
for some reason, mine still gives the db error connection even after checking the username password n db name :(

checked everything in wp-config.php and also reached out to host. No help.
Had to remove my installation – thankfully it was a fresh one, bt i cant rely on this now 🙁

Do NOT use if you don’t know what you are doing

THERE ARE NO WARNINGS AND NOTHING IS EXPLAINED SIMPLY.

I had messed some things around on theme I was using. All I wanted to was restart with everything in the correct format. However, it seems that it doesn’t matter which option you choose. You lose EVERYTHING!!!!

Going over to my webhost, I just wanted to remove WordPress, start again properly. But when I went into my DNS Zone on cPanel, everything has disappeared from there too… WT-actual-F!?

All the formatting has gone, all the plug-ins, even though I chose an option that wasn’t to delete them. Now I’m trying to restart, there are no template pages that were there before. There is no option to ‘undo’.

I’ve even lost helpful tools and links; for example, when you are previewing (“customizing”) your page, there was an [Edit Page] tab in the tool bar at the top. This has now gone. Was it a plug-in? Where did it go? I have no fucking idea!!

WHY DON’T YOU WARN PEOPLE TO SAVE/SCREENSHOT/RECORD!? TELL THEM THAT THEY CAN’T GET ANYTHING BACK!? FUCKING HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

None of the forums help, everything is just in computer gibberish… [Verbiage moderated]

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Contributors & Developers

“Advanced Reset WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.2.3

  • add Russian translate

1.2.2

  • minor code style fix

1.2.1

  • *fixed bug on old PHP versions

1.2.0

  • +new option: Re-install WordPress and clear “uploads” folder
  • *fixed bug where after the Re-Install WordPress does not create new user if the operation does not run from the user with the login “admin”
  • *fixed minor bugs

1.1.0

  • +new option clear “uploads” folder
  • *activate current theme after reinstall WordPress

1.0.1

  • *fix deep cleaning after which was not removed attachments files

1.0.0

  • +first release