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Fortunately, MySQL can help you eliminate all this comment meta bloat with a few simple queries:

DELETE FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_approved = "spam";
DELETE FROM wp_commentmeta WHERE meta_key LIKE "akismet_%";

As always, make sure to back up your database before running any destructive queries on it.

OPTIMIZE TABLE wp_comments;
OPTIMIZE TABLE wp_commentmeta;

SELECT table_name AS "Tables", 
    round(((data_length + index_length) / 1024 / 1024), 2) "Size in MB" 
    FROM information_schema.TABLES 
    WHERE table_schema = "YOUR_DATABASE_NAME" AND table_name LIKE "%comment%"
    ORDER BY (data_length + index_length) DESC;

  1. Create your product options.
  2. Upload your images and set the ALT text to match the value of the option. If you’re selling t-shirts and you have an option called Color with variants Red, Green, and Blue, you would upload an image for each and set the ALT text on the images to “Red”, “Green”, and “Blue” in order to match them up.
  3. Insert the following code into the bottom of templates/product.liquid:
{% comment %}
Custom Image Swap - Image name must match option value…nt-swap-on-ios/
{% endcomment %}
        // create an associative array of images, using alt text as key
        var product_images = new Array();
        {% for image in product.images %}
            product_images['{{ image.alt | escape }}'] = '{{ image | product_img_url: 'original' }}';
        {% endfor %}

        // change the featured image source
        jQuery('.product-options select').change(function(){
            if ( jQuery.inArray( jQuery(this).val(), product_images ) ) {
                jQuery('.image.featured img').attr('src', product_images[jQuery(this).val()] );

function my_remove_array_item( $array, $item ) {
	$index = array_search($item, $array);
	if ( $index !== false ) {
		unset( $array[$index] );

	return $array;


$items = array( 'first', 'second', 'third');
$items = my_remove_array_item( $items, 'second' ); // remove item called 'second'