I finally managed to figure out how SSR works!
I’m sorry to say that for a person like me who’s not a database expert, the user interface is extremely un-intuitive. I expected straight-forward “Search For”/”Replace With” fields, and it took many tries to figure out how the “Selector” and “Filter” fields actually function.
Now I’m stuck because when I try to replace a URL that contains a slash “/” as the first character of the “Selector” field, I get this error:
Warning: preg_match() [function.preg-match]: No ending delimiter ‘/’ found in […]/wp-content/plugins/safe-search-replace/Ssr/Api/Selector.php on line 37
I tried to escape the slash by typing it twice (//) but then I get no results when I click the button “Preview Selection”.
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