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CC made 1000 Scheduled posts in WP, how to delete them?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by sqlbyte, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. sqlbyte

    sqlbyte Junior Member

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    So i thought to give a shot to autobloging thing, but i screwed the damn thing, it made 1000 Scheduled posts, i don't want them, HOW TO DELETE THEM ?
    Is there any way to do that ? I tried deactivating plugin but it doesn't work (i mean it works, but thats what i don't want)
    Please help me :)
     
  2. mark9510

    mark9510 Regular Member

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    which version of wordpress do you use?
     
  3. sqlbyte

    sqlbyte Junior Member

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    2.6 why ? Is there an option like that in 2.7 ? :)
     
  4. Alexanderia0007

    Alexanderia0007 Junior Member

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    No, its how CC works, it schedules the posts.

    I dont know if you should trust CC tbh.
     
  5. sqlbyte

    sqlbyte Junior Member

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    Yes i know it schedules the post, i have 1000+ of those and every hour i am going to get one on my front page of, not so visited, blog :|
    How to delete all of them at once ?
     
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    lord Junior Member

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    you can try directly from the database using phpmyadmin and some mysql knowledge

    if you lack those, then you might have to spend some time deleting them


    another solution is to delete them all (reinstall wordpress for example) and then re-post the few that have been already posted
     
  7. blackhaze

    blackhaze Power Member

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    uhm...deleting them does not get rid of them in the DB, at least the last time i tried.
    CC still complaining about dupes, even if posts have been deleted in WP.

    So..go to your CPanel, MYSQL databases, phpadmin.

    Check your WP database, i think the table is called "wp_posts" or something.

    Select this table and EMPTY everything in the table.

    I know, its stupid, i actually miss a feature to *really* delete all posts from within WP.
     
  8. mark9510

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    maybe 2.6 doesn't have this but in 2.7 you can check the boxes for all of them and do a bulk delete
     
  9. flybeta

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    can just use navicat and connect to it?