In the middle of migrating a monster wordpress site I just inherited — it has close to 3000 posts. I just realized the primary author has been copying and pasting from word for the last 4 years. The old theme didnt really suffer much from that, but the new one I created is getting really messed up. Is there any way to run a SQL query through phpmyadmin that will seek out all embeded html code from ms word and delete it? My MySQL query skills are close to nil. I am pretty confident there is no other html code intentionally in there so it would work to just get rid of any html at all from the database of post content.
Is this sort of thing even possible?
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