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[Resolved] Automatic Post Tagger

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  • Plugin Author Devtard

    @devtard

    That’s weird. I would have to take a look at the content of the file, could you upload it somewhere or post it on http://pastebin.com, please?

    sandrabooher

    @sandrabooher

    Hello Devtard

    The file is below:
    tutvids.s3.amazonaws.com/apt_backup.csv

    Plugin Author Devtard

    @devtard

    Hey, your file does not have its required format, that’s the reason why it cannot be imported. It must look like this:

    1|tag name|related word;foo;lorem ipsum
    2|another tag|dolor sit;amet
    3|random keyword|related words

    The ID is not important but just make sure that it is unique for every row.

    You can download a sample backup file if you have created some tags via the plugin already.

    sandrabooher

    @sandrabooher

    This works Perfect! I am really loving your plugin…

    I do have another question though… When I click to delete the tags, the plugin appears to work fine. The number of tags show 0 in the plugin. However, the tags are still in wordpress.

    When I click on Posts, Then Tags, I see all 8,000 tags that must go!

    Can you help me here too please.

    Thank you

    Plugin Author Devtard

    @devtard

    APT is able to delete only those tags that are present in its own MySQL table.

    You can delete all your tags via the administration interface (http://i49.tinypic.com/2vmimme.png) or by a SQL query via your phpMyAdmin or your theme file functions.php (use function mysql_query(“$sql_command”); for that – replace the variable with the query below):

    DELETE a,b,c
    FROM
    	database.prefix_terms AS a
    	LEFT JOIN database.prefix_term_taxonomy AS c ON a.term_id = c.term_id
    	LEFT JOIN database.prefix_term_relationships AS b ON b.term_taxonomy_id = c.term_taxonomy_id
    WHERE (
    	c.taxonomy = 'post_tag' AND
    	c.count = 0
    	);
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