Occassionaly when I'm working on a site I might append an entirely new set of database tables on an existing website. After a while the database might become so large that it's neccessary to drop older tables.
Tables that share the same prefix can be dropped with the following 2 part method:
In this example, the database table prefix is _elgg
First run the following SQL command:
This will return a bunch of commands to drop each individual table. Running each of these SQL queries will infact solve this issue, but we can go one step further to automate things a little more by running the following query:
The same can also be achieved directly within the command line by running the following:
Sometimes when trying to log into the wordpress back end I get the dreaded whitescreen of death. This is usually caused by a plugin. The solution is usually realtively painless: disable all the plugins. This fixes the admin login whitescreen issue. Plugins can then be enabled individually, checking to see which plugin breaks the login page.
The following changes the relationships between worldpress posts and their category, although it can be modified for other uses.
the example changes posts in category ID #10 and places them in category ID #20
I've been trying to migrate a wordpress site onto a very old IIS server, and keep coming up with an error when importing the database into phpMyAdmin:
Fortunately the issue is fairly easy to fix. In phpMyAdmin of the source website: