Support » Plugin: CSS & JavaScript Toolbox » How to uninstall

  • PumpaXXL

    (@pumpaxxl)


    Hi, the plugin is great and probably has no competition. I just have one question and it is about clean uninstall. It looks like the plugin does massive changes to the database and the file system during the second installation step.

    So my question is – how to make complete uninstall. Is the standard process enough?

    Thanks, Pavel.

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  • Plugin Author wipeoutmedia

    (@wipeoutmedia)

    Hi Pavel,

    Thanks for your support question.
    Firstly thank you for trying CJT out.

    Sure, I am happy to assist. CJT has a Wipeout data toggle in Options (cog icon) that you can tick before uninstalling. This makes sure that the tables are cleared. Otherwise, simply install this great plugin by Peter Schulz: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-data-access/ that allows you to access the database from the WordPress dashboard. In my opinion, it’s much quicker, simpler and nicer than phpMyAdmin especially for quick modifications. Then look for any ‘wp_cjtoolbox’ prefixed tables to remove/delete/drop. We do add a few records in wp-options that store things like the CJT database version number, metabox ordering, various states, CJT news, etc. Just do a text search for ‘CJT’, ‘cjt’, ‘cjtoolbox’ related record titles and delete accordingly. As a precaution, I would first inspect these records before and then after deactivating and deleting the CSS & JavaScript Toolbox plugin. You can also backup your database as a double-precaution.

    For folders using FTP, there is generally only one folder called ‘cjt-content’ that is used to store CJT Templates and this folder will be in the ‘wp-content’ folder – as in: ../wp-content/cjt-content. This ‘cjt-content’ folder can be deleted after uninstallation.

    I hope this helps.

    Kind Regards,
    Damian Baker

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