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Update your links to with Better Search and Replace
Update your links to with Better Search and Replace

As we switch from to, we wanted to help document how you can quickly and easily update all of your links on WordPress.

Matt Mustarde avatar
Written by Matt Mustarde
Updated over a week ago

If you've previously shared your Kits on your WordPress site before, you'll probably be dreading finding those links manually in order to update them now that we have switched to Fear not! With a free WordPress plugin called Better Search Replace, you can quickly and easily update all the links on your site to

Here's a quick gif that runs through the entire process. 

Can't see what's happening? Here are the steps you'll want to follow: 

  1. Navigate to the Plugins tab of your WordPress Dashboard.

  2. Click "Add New", then search for "Better Search and Replace" in the search bar. 

  3. Install the "Better Search and Replace" plugin by clicking on "Install Now" then activate it by clicking on "Activate Plugin."

  4. Next, navigate to your Tools tab in your WordPress Dashboard. If the plugin is activated, you should see "Better Search and Replace" as an option in your Tools.

  5.  Type "" in the "Search For" text field - this is the text we want to replace. 

  6.  Type "" in the "Replace With" text field - this is the text we're replacing with. 

  7. Make sure you select the correct table/DB from the list - for most WordPress sites this should be the "Posts" table. 

  8. Lastly, make sure to un-select the "Dry Run" option. You may find it useful to test the plugin with this setting enabled at first if you're unsure if there are any links to replace - just make sure you disabled the setting when you are ready to update your links. 

  9. That's it! Once you have completed these steps you should successfully find and replace all instances of on your site with
    NOTE: This should work for embedded Kits, as well as Kits added to your website via our WP Plugin. 

Additionally, here's a fantastic video walk-though from one of our power users, Joe Casabona. 

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