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  1. I have a website on a shared server that I use to store a few sites. My active domain is at the top. The new website domain hasn't been activated yet, but the path would be something like: myactivedomain.com/newdomain.com/ and once the DNS is flipped, just newdomain.com/ As I am building and adding a load of PDFs, all the links default to /newdomain.com/site/assets/files/etc... This isn't migration, but a DNS activation. Once that is updated, I'm still going to have a bunch of /newdomain.com/ links in there to pages, pdfs, images, etc. Before I resign myself to grepping out page-by-page all the "/newdomain.com/" references I thought I would see if there's a way to update these automatically in processwire but I'm seeing stuff on migration... stuff in the rich editors about correcting links, but I don't see anything that covers this. Is there a way to do this automatically? Via module? I didn't see anything in the config file... but would be grateful to anyone who can shed some light...
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