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  • Hello, I am running a wordpress multisite of about 60 blogs.
    Currently, I am using a script and cronjob to delete posts over a month old.

    As you can see when you go to my site:

    in the column in the footer for most most popular posts voted in the network(i am using wpmudev post voting plugin), there are some invalid links for posts that have been deleted.

    I was wondering how you delete orphaned data such as this from the database.

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  • Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)


    πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Halfelf Rogue & Plugin Review Team Rep

    (i am using wpmudev post voting plugin)

    You need to ask THEM because we don’t (can’t) know where that plugin stores things, it’s not free for us to download and look πŸ™

    We try our best to help everyone with any WordPress problem. However, due to the great variety of existing themes and plugins it is nearly impossible to know everything. Your best chance is to contact the developer for support. It’s always best to go to where the theme/plugin is officially supported when trying to get support.

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