Go Live Update Urls PRO

Change the domain on your site with one click.

6.12.2

Version

2024-06-06

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Change your site’s domain with confidence.

Go Live Update Urls PRO takes all the guesswork out of changing your WordPress domain. Click a single button and this plugin updates every URL on any WordPress site, including yours. 

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Any purchase gives you unlimited sites, support and updates.

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Go beyond the basic version with extra features and priority support.
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57
per year
  1. All PRO features included
  2. All Basic features included
  3. Unlimited sites
  4. Plugin updates
  5. Priority support
  6. Billed annually at $57
Lifetime
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  1. All PRO features included
  2. All Basic features included
  3. Unlimited sites
  4. Lifetime plugin updates
  5. Lifetime priority support
  6. Billed one-time for $147

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Feature
Basic
PRO
Database table by table selection.
Updates serialized data in core tables.
Very easy to use admin page, which may be found under "Tools."
Updates page and post content.
Updates widgets.
Updates options and settings.
Updates both multisite and single site installs.
Updates database tables created by plugins.
Database tables are organized into simple intuitive sections.
Ability to choose between tables or sections.
Ability to convert relative URL into absolute URL.
Updates serialized data across any table.
Updates encoded URL across any table.
Updates JSON data across any table.
Ability to test URL changes before running them.
URL testing report is provided for peace of mind.
Option to fix common mistakes automatically when entering a URL.
View and use history of your site's address.
Predictive URLs automatically fill in the "Old URL" and "New URL."
Real time reporting of count and location of urls which will be updated.   New
Report of count and location of urls which were updated.   New
WP-CLI support for updating urls from the command line.
Priority support with access to members only support area.

Rating
from 83 reviews

  1. Matthew Lithgow

    This plugin did the job when it was run but does not change the links when new pages are added. Each time someone adds an old link to the content I have to run this again manually.

    • OnPoint Plugins

      I’m sorry to hear the plugin did not work as expected for your.
      While it sounds useful to have a plugin which automatically checks and updates content each time a post is saved, it is beyond the scope of what this plugin is intended for. Actually, there are probably a few plugins out there that do that kind of thing. This plugin’s purpose it to change everything in the database in one go when switching a site over, instead of an ongoing content monitoring.
      Typically if you want a link replaced in content as you go, this may be done via a filter or using a redirect plugin. Please reach out to support and we will show you how to set this up.

  2. meetwithchuks

    It worked as expected.

  3. llis

    I handled a migration from wp.com that ended up pulling in only some of the images. The Media Library was missing most of what should have been there. The images in the posts remained on the old server. They were loading, so without digging, nobody would notices those images were being remotely served until the old site was shut down. I had the uploads files themselves, but now I had to at least link to those on the new server. I disabled extra image processing (SmushIt) and worked the problem with plugins.

    I tried Auto Upload Images plugin, and it worked somewhat. It captured some of those remote images and pulled them in. Helpful, but incomplete. Those it captured did end up in the Media Library, so yay for that. Without a log, though, I don’t know what worked and what didn’t.

    For the rest, I figured I had to just change the URLs in the post content. I used Better Search Replace, and it caught a lot more references, but again missed many. I could not detect a pattern though. It was not timing out. It was just missing references in the Posts table. And it was finding references in other tables, including the options table. I went directly into the SQL table to investigate, but couldn’t find what it was seeing. I was using the free version of Better Search Replace, so I didn’t have any logs to refer to.

    Because this is such a common problem in migrations using Export/Import, I kept looking for a plugin, and that’s when I saw Go Live Update URLs. I thought what the heck. And this plugin found what was not found by these other plugins. All of my img links to the old server are now pointing to the new site. Many images still exist only in the filesystem, not in the Media Library. But I can live with that.

    This plugin is now my first go-to next time I encounter this.

    As to why the other plugins and even direct queries to the database missed what this plugin found, I figure I must have done something wrong. Not escaping characters or something.

  4. Mike

    Many thanks Mat! When I need the plugin again, your plugin will be the one I go to. ?

  5. Abe Prangishvili

    the best plugin !

  6. Micheal

    I did not want to pay for a plugin so I tried every other plugin I could find that did search and replace and they all broke my site.
    I purchased this plugin and it worked perfectly straight away. The plugin ran so fast I thought it didn’t change anything, but it changed everything in one shot.

  7. james

    Found out after using the plug in that my development website (wp.domain.com) with cloud installation of WordPress at host provider was on a different server than my placeholder production website (domain.com) built with a cloud installation of a different tool at the host provider. The production website on the other server was thus not going to move itself out of the way to let the plug in do everything the end customer might wish for. The host provider has since put changes into motion and from first glances at the wp.domain.com content seems pretty sure that the plug in got the urls ready, and when the server adjustment are replicated with the worldwide servers, the WordPress material will in fact be usable at domain.com, and I will be finally be able to get back into the WP admin via domain.com/wp-admin and close any small gaps. I will edit the review with the final conclusion. Hoping for a perfect result. IT savvy but relatively speaking. Laypeople suffer from IT lingo/detail overload, which is why we buy plug-ins!

  8. randy3

    I had no idea what I was doing but Matt walked me through the process which ended up being really simple.
    I usually try to leave at least one complaint when I write a review, but in this case I can’t think of a single one…
    Well done sir.

  9. info25

    Fantastic! Excellent support 🙂

  10. Christopher

    100% of the time, it works every time.

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