I've been using Crimson Editor for about 6-7 years I think. And this is the first time I have ever had to do this. So I don't know how stupid the question is - but any help would be useful.
I need to find and just delete a bunch of things in an SQL export. Below is just an example of code from my file:
`products_name` = 'XT HTR 7595 APG HD <FONT SIZE=2 COLOR=RED><B><I>(MAP: 89.99)</B>',`products_description` =
The part -
<FONT SIZE=2 COLOR=RED><B><I>(MAP: 89.99)</B>
needs to be found and replaced.
The problem is that the MAP:# changes over 40,000 times in the file. Is there anyway to use wildcards to just let Crimson Editor assume something goes there and to replace it?
I don't know how wildcards work in Crimson Editor. (Or any text editor)
I thought I could just search for:
<FONT SIZE=2 COLOR=RED><B><I>(MAP: **.**)</B>
and it would find every instance of that regardless of the MAP price. But that isn't working. So any ideas? Thanks.