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WordPress has a habit of storing serialized PHP data in the database. This is fine if you're working in PHP, but when you migrate a website from one domain to another it's very easy to affect strings and corrupt this data. This search & replace tool can help you to make changes without inadvertently affecting settings such as widgets which could leave you with a very broken and time consuming migration.

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Install MysqlSearchReplace

brew install mysql-search-replace

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