WordPress Reset

Resets the WordPress database back to it's defaults. Deletes all customizations and content. Does not modify files only resets the database.

The wp plugin WordPress Reset is perfect to get. The plugin is made by Aristeides Stathopoulos, Matt Martz. Aristeides Stathopoulos, Matt Martz is a WordPress plugin developer. For this extension to work you need to have at least wp v 2.8. Total there are 66 people that review WordPress Reset.

WordPress Reset is used 10.000 times! The plugin has a rating of 90 out for 100, 56 users gave it a 5 star rating.

Questions about WordPress Reset

How can I install WordPress Reset

Most common question for WordPress Reset

Where can I download WordPress Reset?

You can get the plug-in with the Download button.

How do I use WordPress Reset?

The docs about the plug-in can be found on several locations. You can find it via the wordpress website

Is WordPress Reset safe to use?

Ofcourse it’s sure safe to get WordPress Reset. But you be sure to always update your WP, and don forget the wp backup

Where van we get support for WordPress Reset?

Via the website of the developer|wordpress|the wordpress forum you can get the support from the creator


NameWordPress Reset
Downloads1.369.999 times
Last update2022-02-25 7:11am GMT
Date created2009-03-17


Resets the WordPress database back to it’s defaults. Deletes all customizations and content. Does not modify files only resets the database.

This plugin is very helpful for plugin and theme developers.

If the admin user exists and has level_10 permissions it will be recreated with its current password and email address. If the admin user does not exist or is a dummy account without admin permissions the username that is logged in will be recreated with its email address and current password. The blog name is also kept.

The plugin will add an entry to the Admin Bar under the site title and has the ability to reactivate itself and other plugins after the reset.

  1. Use the plugin updater in WordPress or…
  2. Delete the previous wordpress-reset folder from the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Upload the new wordpress-reset folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  1. Visit the WordPress Reset Tools page by either clicking the link in the Admin Bar or Tools>WordPress Reset
  2. Type ‘reset’ in the text field and click reset.