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  • Plugin Author 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, please?

    Hello Devtard

    The file is below:

    Plugin Author 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.

    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


    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 ( 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
    	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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