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pasSearchOptions

Searches the {prefix}_options (e.g., wp_options) table in a WordPress installation for partial matches.

As is often the case, while developing in WordPress, we need to see what got written to the {prefix}_options table. Any option that is returned may be deleted. This is useful when you're testing the code that uses, creates, or destroys the option using the add_option(), update_option(), delete_option(), or get_option() WordPress functions. Note: this plugin accesses the database table directly.

ATTENTION

YOU CAN TRASH YOUR WORDPRESS INSTALLATION WITH THIS PLUGIN

You can search for anything. You can skip entering a search string and get a complete list of the {prefix}_options table. And then you can delete random options. This plugin will allow that.

THEREFORE

  • If you're not a developer, do not play with this plugin. Your website may be unusable when you're done playing.
  • If you are a developer, use it wisely and carefully. Make sure that you are fully aware of what you're deleting.
  • If you do not delete anything, then this plugin is perfectly safe.

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Search and optionally delete options in the wp_options table. This is a tool for developers only.

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