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    If you have accidentally changed your WordPress site URL

    Suppose you accidentally changed the URIs where you cannot move the files. (but still can access the login page, through a redirection or something)

    wp-login.php can be used to (re-)set the URIs.

    1- Find this line:

    require( dirname(__FILE__) . ‘/wp-load.php’ );

    2- and insert the following lines below:

    //FIXME: do comment/remove these hack lines. (once the database is updated)
    update_option(‘siteurl’, ‘’ );
    update_option(‘home’, ‘’ );

    3- When you’re done, login to your admin dashboard ( and reversed the domain name change with the same step using WordPress Move. I’t work for me. Done.

    I did the same. But now, the header images and background images won’t load, and can’t re-add them.

    Well this is all really a bad idea. The plugin warns nothing of he dangers of jacking up the database structure. Currently, the site still thinks its on a different URL for all images, and even uploads. Help!

    After editing the SQL, i’ve fixed most of the broken image base URLs. But still, when uploading a new header image, wordpress still thinks its on a different url. Does this plugin modify wordpress theme or core files when using it?

    Can anyone tell me why my header images are still going to the wrong URL?

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