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As we continue our tutorial series on migrating your WordPress site to InMotion Hosting, the next thing we want to cover is how to update the URLs for images within your pages and posts. They are coded differently so simply changing the site URL will not fix this. In this tutorial we show you how to fix image links by using your phpMyAdmin tool. This step is not mandatory.
Correcting image links after a migration
WordPress comes with some pretty neat tools to manage and edit images. You can easily upload images, align them, and even edit them inside WordPress. Most beginners are not aware of these WordPress image editing features. It takes users a while to discover out some of them while other features go completely unnoticed. In this article, we will cover the most common image issues in WordPress and how to fix them. Since this is a detailed article, here is the list of image related issues that we will cover this article. WordPress makes it super easy to upload images to your posts, pages, and non-content areas like sidebars. To upload images in WordPress posts and pages, you simply need to add the image block to the content editor. The editor will start showing blocks you can insert as soon as you start typing. WordPress will now add the image block to the editor.
It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. So i need to rewrite all the urls with a SQL-query, or use something like Search-and-replace script. Wouldn't it be better to only have relative urls, what is the downsides of that?