In the process of migrating to HTTPS, there were a number of WordPress posts that were hard-coded to images. To save time opening and editing each post, I found a plug-in called Better Search Replace that did a global update.
Better Search Replace WordPress plugin
By Matt Woicik|2021-05-02T17:07:31-07:00April 10th, 2018|Categories: Websites|Tags: WordPress|
About the Author: Matt Woicik
Matt is a digital marketing strategist and the owner of ML2 Solutions, a digital marketing agency. He helps businesses increase awareness and get more leads using digital marketing. New marketing methods are confusing, always changing and difficult to figure out. Matt helps to explain things and provide solutions with clear results.
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