Well it’s on my dev server.

Grandi: Hey guys, I have multiple pages prolly like 30-40 on my site that contain this code:

Vester: A href=”#”img src=”/wp-content/uploads/order.png” alt=”Order Now”/a

Fera: Is there a way to update them all at once?

Kaiserman: Bu***and: how the heck can I rewrite my slugs based on language on my custom post types?

Mathis: ElectriX: find/replace grep

Kettmann: ElectriX: ie: use SSH / terminal locally

Samaha: How the heck can I rewrite my slugs based on language on my custom post types?

Winward: AbuDhar: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Rewrite_API

Moquin: Kenshino__: I was accidentally asking him.

Gannetti: AbuDhar: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/_2

Schomburg: AbuDhar: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/_2

Solinger: So I had to ask generally instead.

Sterkenburg: It was not because of copying.

Junius: Bu***and: How would I find/replace it? Wouldn’t it have to be done via the db

Krinov: And will this work with Polylang Kenshino__?

Sauer: ElectriX: you said that code is on your site. I ***umed you meant it’s in the theme source.

Budesa: Nope, it’s within wp_posts

Briede: ElectriX: how is that link generated? How do you want to change it?

Piacente: ElectriX: that answer doesn’t make sense

Auton: It’s content within a page

Pitorak: ElectriX: ok so its inside of the content of a post manually added?

Zieger: And how do you want to udpate it?

Linderholm: Basically just want to do

Turneer: A href=”/contact-us/”img src=”/wp-content/uploads/contact.png” alt=”Contact us today!”/a

Corbitt: ElectriX: this is why data architecture is important ; . you wouldn’t have to go through this mess

Shingledecker: You can just change the wording and target of a single setting

Beder: It’s no different then find/replacing it even if I were to just replace 1 letter

Zaeske: ElectriX: ***uming the person who put that code in manually didn’t have any typos or changes in spaces, punctuation, or capitalization

Bewley: Does translated function work with Polylang?

Reagans: I put it in and it’s been copied on all the product pages across the site

Hieber: ElectriX: in that case just use the Search2Replace Db app and do a find/replace there

Nicoletti: ElectriX: Google result for Search2Replace DB – wordpress-databases/">https://interconnectit.com/products/search-and-replace-for-wordpress-databases/

Boes: ElectriX: that said, I would consider simply removing it and turning it into a setting you can easily change across the board.

Mayse: ElectriX: to avoid this happening again

Sharrai: ElectriX: if you find yourself constantly copying/pasting elements EXACTLY then you should consider how they can be turned into something that is configurable from one location

Oberbeck: ElectriX: so you can do something like make a settings field or a post meta field

Jenista: Yeah, wasn’t thinking ahead when I did it

Balicki: ElectriX: well here is your chance to redo it. like i said

Dymek: Instead of replacing it with another piece of code that isnt configurable. remove it entirely and make a setting field or some sort

Gaetz: It’ll probably end up staying this way since they don’t take orders online. I get where you’re coming from, but if I have to update each page manually anyways, might as well just do it like that

Randol: ElectriX: you can literally deleted it and just put one piece of code in the_content filter to add it bad

Lossius: ElectriX: your client uses lightspeed ?

Scalzo: Nginx is 100 times better than apache

Burnie: Well it’s on my dev server that uses litespeed, they use godaddy LOL