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Completely Delete WordPress In Two Steps | WP Learning Lab
Believe it or not, there are some people who want to delete WordPress.
Turns out, there are some legit reasons to delete WordPress, like deleting an old development site or starting from scratch after a bad hack.
There are two parts to deleting WordPress: deleting the files and deleting the database.
I usually delete the files first and I’ll tell you way.
First, let’s find the files. Boot up the file manager via your cPanel or open up your FTP client to FTP into the site.
Next, find the wp-config.php file and open it. Make note of the database name and the database user name. We may need those later.
Now you can select all of the files and delete them…but wait! If you have any doubt all about deleting all the files, make a backup of them. Then delete them.
Deleting will be a lot fast through the File Manager rather than FTP.
Once all the files are deleted, find the MySQL databases link in your cPanel and open it.
If you only have one database in your hosting account, things are really easy. Delete the database and the user associated with it.
If you have multiple databases, refer back to the information you pulled from the wp-config.php file. Find the right database and delete it. Then find the right database user and delete them.
Once the database is deleted, you’re now done.
That WordPress site is now complete erased.
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