How To Remove All Posts, Pages, And Other Content To Reset WordPress

If you've ever needed to reset WordPress -- to remove all pages, posts, comments, and so on -- then you're in the right spot. This issue often comes up once you've finished building a custom theme or when you want to remove the temporary Theme Unit Test Data content. The good news is that you don't need to uninstall and reinstall WordPress or dig through databases. I'd love to show you a much faster way to remove your WordPress site's content while maintaining it's structure and design. Let's take a look!

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Hey, I’m Geoff. I love helping business owners, creators, and self-marketers just like you learn more about building, launching, and running websites. This stuff ain't rocket science, but it's often made way more complex (and dull!) than it needs to be. Online business is supposed to be fun and profitable...not as dreadful as a double root canal!

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