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How to Completely Remove Thesis 2.1 from your Database – Part 8 – Search for the Thesis Data

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Once we know what tables we want to work on, we can come back over here and click on the structure. Anytime you click on structure it brings up the whole database. The first thing we'll do is open up the wp_options table. And you just open it by clicking it, okay? So now, when

How to Completely Remove Thesis 2.1 from your Database – Part 7 – Identify the Relevant Tables

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So with the entire database open, you want to come over here and choose Search because what we're going to do right now is identify the relevant tables. That is, only a handful of these tables have Thesis related stuff in them so we may as well just narrow those tables down. So we're going

How to Completely Remove Thesis 2.1 from your Database – Part 6 – Open & Backup the Database

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So now that you know how to identify the correct database to edit, we’ll look at Steve’s case here. He has the databases named in a way that makes it easy to identify the correct database so we don't actually have to go through that process. We're going to open up the right database here

How to Completely Remove Thesis 2.1 from your Database – Part 1 – Why Remove It?

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Good morning everybody and welcome to this special seminar on how to completely remove Thesis 2.1 from your database. We’re having this seminar today because one of our members has this inexplicable problem that we have attempted to troubleshoot and we've decided that it's related to Thesis but it does not appear to be related

How to Completely Remove Thesis 2.1 from your Database

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Sometimes it is essential (especially in troubleshooting) to completely remove Thesis 2.1 from your site and reinstall it from scratch. Unlike most themes, simply uninstalling Thesis and deleting it doesn't delete the settings it stores in the database. In this seminar I demonstrate how to completely remove Thesis so you can reinstall it as if it were installed for the very first time.

Lesson 14 – Part 2 – How to Find your Site’s Files and Database

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In past classes I have not talked about finding your database and files but I feel like it needs to be emphasized. I’ve observed a number of times when people couldn’t figure out the locations. So if I need to backup my database, where is my database? Or if I need to backup my files,

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 5 – Import the Source Database

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This is the fifth in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. In this lesson we use phpMyAdmin to import the source database into the target database. And now, we’re on to step 5 where we import the database. And we’re importing the database we exported to this

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 4 – Create a Target Database and Database User

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This is the fourth in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. In this lesson we use cPanel to create a new database and database user. Okay so what I’m going to do is create a database the way I normally do which is back here at Bluehost.

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 2 – Make a Copy of Source Database

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This is the second in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. This can be useful when moving a site from a development server to its final live location. In this lesson we will make a copy of the source database using phpMyAdmin. The host in this example

Community Library Website Case Study – Part 16b – Final Data Import

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This is the sixteenth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). We are using the CSV Importer plugin to import an existing database from a CSV file. A member has followed the directions but is getting an error on data import. We look at her

Community Library Website Case Study – Part 15 – Importing Images

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This is the fifteenth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). We are using the CSV Importer plugin to import an existing database from a CSV file. We have decided to import images using this method as well. In this lesson we add the images

Community Library Website Case Study – Part 13 – Import Existing Data Using the CSV Importer Plugin

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This is the thirteenth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). We are using the CSV Importer plugin to import an existing database from a CSV file. In this step we actually import the data, find an error and restore the database to the pre-import

Community Library Website – Part 10b – Backup the Database Using phpMyAdmin

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This is the tenth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). We are preparing to import existing data into the database so it is crucial to have a system in place for restoring the database to a pre-import condition. In this lesson we make some

Community Library Website Case Study- Part 11 – Importing Existing Data to the Website

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This is the eleventh in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). We are using the CSV Importer plugin to import an existing database from a CSV file. The first step in doing this is to arrange the data in a way that the plugin can

Community Library Website Case Study – Part 12 – Prepare Existing Data for import by the CSV Importer plugin

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This is the twelfth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). We are using the CSV Importer plugin to import an existing database from a CSV file. The second step in doing this is to modify or sanitize the data so the plugin will treat

Community Library Website Case Study – Part 10a – Restore the Database Using BackupBuddy

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This is the tenth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). One of the large tasks is importing existing data into the WordPress database. A crucial part of testing that import is restoring the database when the import doesn’t work properly. In this video tutorial