How to Reset Your WordPress Database to Default Settings
You may find yourself needing to reset your WordPress database to it's default settings. If you are using a local install of WordPress this can be a faster way than reinstalling WordPress. In this video, we will show you how to reset your WordPress database to default settings.
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Summary of this Tutorial:
Start by installing and activating the WordPress Database Reset plugin.
Then go to Tools, Database Reset to get started.
You can reset individual tables or you can reset the whole database to reset everything as a fresh install.
WordPress Database Reset
How to reset WordPress to its default settings
As in the previous case, you need to find the plugin, install it and activate it. Once you do that, the plugin will add an additional menu item to Tools. Once it shows up, select Database Reset. After you click on the option, you need to select the parts you want to reset or to click Select All to perform a complete WordPress reset. You don’t need to know how to reset WordPress because the plugin will do it all for you. If you select just some of the listed tables, the plugin will only delete that part of your WordPress. For instance, you can delete all the comments or all the pages, but not other elements on the website.