Find and Replace All

Description

Find and replace all the strings from all the fields of all the tables. The MySql user must have the required permissions. It’s highly recommended to take a backup of database before using the plugin.

Screenshots

  • A backend view
  • Menu placement image

Installation

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Download the plugin archive file.
  2. Expand it to wp-content/plugins/ directory or can be uploaded the archive file from WordPress backend.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

FAQ

Is is case sensitive?

Yes

Does this plugin take backup before replacing?

No, there are no backup feature.

Reviews

Doesn’t replace all tables

It worked with earlier versions, but did not replace all tables. So, it was a bad plugin before. And now it doesn’t work anymore with the current WP. I wrote this review so I would remember myself in the future not to use it ever again 🙂

And…. You failed.

Does not work at all… waste of time. Get outta here!! Seriously. Remove your retarded plugin from WordPress and do us all a favor please. Thank you…..

Does what it should do

This plugin is much more fun than fiddle with SQL replace syntax in the DB.
But I have the feeling that not all occurrences are found. Still testing …
Thanks

Worked perfectly

Extremely simple tool that did exactly as promised. Will be keeping this one Favorited for future use. Thanks!!

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Contributors & Developers

“Find and Replace All” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

V1.2 – 20.11.2017

Release Date – 20th November, 2017

  • Serialized string replace fixed
  • Backup featured removed as that could be a security issue
  • String replace with single quote improved
  • Supports PHP 7

V1.1 – 07.10.2016

Release Date – 7th October, 2016

  • Plugin supports serialized string replace
  • Backups before string replace

V1.0 – 29.04.2015

  • Plugin created