When experimenting with your site, you may want to try different WordPress Theme demos. If you’ve already imported a demo and would like to try a different one, you have to use the methods mentioned below to remove all the content from the previous demo before importing a new one.
If you don't, you can create a real mess on your hands which will take a lot longer to clean up than doing it right now.
Aside from this, you can also use the methods shown below to remove duplicate demo content.
- Removing Demo Content To Import A New One – You can use the methods described below to remove an old demo content to make room for a new one. If you don’t remove the old WordPress Theme demo content and import a new one, you’ll see elements and settings from the old demo which could break the layout and the design of the new demo.
That would suck.
- Removing Duplicate Demo Content – Sometimes, importing a demo can take a few minutes. Duplicate demo content can also occur when the ‘Import’ button is clicked multiple times. For example, if you click ‘Import’ twice, there’s a possibility that all the demo content will be imported twice.
Just be patient and allow time for the demo to install.
Method 1: WP Reset Plugin
Using WP Reset Plugin will REMOVE all of your database content. It does not remove a theme or plugin folder, but all content such as posts, pages, media, etc. will be lost.
USE THIS OPTION WITH CAUTION!
The plugin listed below is the fastest way to get rid of the content on your site. However, it will remove all content from your database and leave the default theme activated. It does not remove plugins, but will deactivate them. This plugin will remove all pages, posts, menus, sliders, widget data, theme options, etc. Only do this if you are able to start over.
Step 1 – Download and install the WP Reset Plugin.
Step 2 – After installing the WP Reset Plugin, you have to activate it to use it.
Step 3 – Hover over your site name in the upper left corner of the screen, and you’ll find the ‘Reset Site’ option.
Step 4 – You must first type reset in the text box before you can click ‘Reset’.
Step 5 – A warning pop up will appear informing you again that this action is irreversible. If you’d like to proceed, click ‘Ok’.
Step 6 – Once finished, you’ll be left with a clean install. You can then re-activate Avada and the included plugins, then import the next demo you’d like to try.
Method 2: Manual Removal
This method will take longer and requires more work. This method simply involves manually removing the demo content items. For example, you would need to go to your “Pages” section and select all pages and delete them. Repeat this process for all areas that contain data. You can use this method if you’ve already created pages and posts and don’t want to reset your site.