Resetting WordPress installation simply means resetting your website’s database back to its defaults. Great features for technology bloggers and web-developers who everyday tests new plugins and themes. By resetting database from the admin area doesn’t require any editing via phpMyadmin etc. You can safely delete all customizations and content without disturbing the plugins, themes and all other WP core files which you have on your server.
Generally there are two ways webmasters use for optimization database tables, some do it via phpMyAdmin which works from your webserver or your web hosting account and the other way is using a database optimization plugin which is more easy and user friendly way. There are hundreds of database optimization plugins available in WordPress plugin repository which confuses the new WordPress users.
Fix my posts! is the new WordPress plugin that lets you automatically repair all your posts and images after data-import or at the times when your database get messed up. It becomes more useful at the times when you you import posts/images from another CMS using direct SQL, it simply allows you to run an automatic wizard where it auto repairs some basic things on all of your posts one by one.
WPDBTotalCleaner is the new WordPress plugin which provides you a very easy way to clean up unnecessary Database tables from your WordPress site. The plugin is simple, lightweight and is compatible with bot single and multisite WordPress installations.
After you move your WordPress site to a new domain name, you will notice that all internal links to pages and references to images are not updated, images are not showing up because your images and other links and references are pointing towards your old domain name. This tutorial is about a plugin that fixes this thing up in just a click. It automatically updates old URLs and links in your website.