Deleting all of your WordPress posts in bulk can be done by using the WordPress Dashboard or by using a plugin.
Here’s how to do it using the WordPress Dashboard:
- Log in to the WordPress Dashboard.
- Go to the Posts section and click on the “All Posts” sub-menu.
- Select all of the posts you want to delete by clicking on the checkboxes next to each post.
- Use the “Bulk Actions” dropdown to select “Move to Trash” and then click “Apply”.
- Confirm that you want to delete the posts by clicking “OK” when prompted.
Alternatively, you can use a plugin to bulk delete your posts. The “WP-Optimize” plugin is one that can be used for this purpose. Here’s how to use it:
- Install and activate the WP-Optimize plugin.
- Go to the WP-Optimize menu in your WordPress Dashboard.
- In the Clean-up tab, select the checkbox for “Delete all posts in trash older than 30 days”.
- Click on “Process” and confirm that you want to delete the posts by clicking “OK” when prompted.
Keep in mind that once you have deleted posts, it is permanent and cannot be undone. So, before proceeding make sure you have backup of your website and you are sure about the deletions.