Aug 112019
 

WP Database Cleaner Overview And Settings tutorial shows you how to manage the admin menu display, the welcome message display and more.

The Overview & Settings tab in Advanced Database Cleaner plugin allows you to manage a few features. It also displays information about the database, your site and the server. The following instructions will help you understand and manage your site database.

WP Database Cleaner Tutorials:

WP Database Cleaner Overview And Settings

Warning: Before you begin, make sure you create a database backup of your site. Just in case something goes wrong.

Step 1 ) Go to WP DB Cleaner -> Overview & Settings as illustrated in the image below. In this tab you can see information about your site, database and server. You also have the option to disable or enable a couple of features.

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Overview

Step 2 ) The following image Overview displays a list about your site. The following list can help you understand what is happening in your site and database. You can then decide if you need to take any action or not.

Overview Information

  • WP Version :5.2.2
  • Database size :1.72 MB
  • Total unused data :15
  • Total tables :12
  • Tables to optimize :0
  • Total options : 176
  • Total cron tasks :8
  • WP multisite Enabled ?No
  • Number of sites :1
  • Script Max timeout :600 seconds
  • Local time :2019-08-11 01:16:00

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Settings

Step 3 ) The following image shows you how to disable the display of WP DB Cleaner menu tab from the left side admin panel. Click on Save settings button when you finish with your settings.

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Step 3-a ) The following image shows you WP DB Cleaner menu tab displayed under Tools in admin panel.

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Step 4 ) The following image shows you how to disable the Welcome! message displayed on the top of the plugins admin panel. Click on Save settings button when you finish with your settings.

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The above steps should help you manage the display of the plugins in your admin panel and understand what is happening in your site and database.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for the latest.

Enjoy.

Manuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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