Pretty much self explanatory. I have a development server running the latest WP, and I imported a bunch of posts from a blogger account. After the import, every post was titled as such: >Example Title . What i want to do is a run a sql query to delete all the ">" characters in the post titles. I've checked other tutorials already, but still do not understand the complete syntax of the query. Any help is appreciated.
okay this is the query i 'want' to run. update TABLE_NAME set FIELD_NAME = replace(FIELD_NAME, ‘find this string’, ‘replace found string with this string’); but what I don't understand is that, I'm trying to update my table name (which is by default wp_, right?), and I'm guessing the next step is updating the field name (which is by default wp_posts, right?), and I want to update ALL the Post Titles to remove a character that shows up in front of all of them. Example: >This Is A Post Title . I want to remove the ">" character. But what I'm lost on is if I'm doing it wrong by naming "wp_" for "TABLE_NAME", and "wp_posts" as the "FIELD_NAME". Or am I missing something in that query just all together? Hope I'm making it clear and not too confusing.