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"Search Regex adds a powerful set of search and replace functions to WordPress. These go beyond the standard searching capabilities, and allow you to search and replace almost any data stored on your site. In addition to simple searches you have the full power of PHP's regular expressions at your disposal.
The driving force behind this plugin is to aid in website migration and upgrading. If you've ever done either of these then you know the pain of having to go back through all your data, changing URL paths and fixing things. With this plugin you can reduce this work to a search and replace pattern and the job is finished in seconds." OMG, why did I never hear about this one before?
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"Say you have two custom taxnomies defined: genre and artist.
Currently, you can do the following types of queries on your site:
But you can’t do this:
WordPress will just ignore one of the parameters.
This plugin fixes that." Hmmmm.
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"Display log messages from PHP in the browser console in Safari and Firefox (with firebug). Essential debugging tool for plugin and theme developers. You no longer have to use 'print_r' statements from PHP to figure out what is going on in the code, which more often than not, messes up the DOM and HTML layout. Displays complex PHP structures like arrays and objects in pretty print."