Thanks for your help, Elliot! I was able to write the SQL command:
UPDATE wp_postmeta SET meta_value = 'No' WHERE meta_key = 'block';
But the problem is, that meta_key doesn’t exist in the database until a value is saved within the custom post type. I think the reason is because I switched the field from a True/False field to a Radio Field.
Check out these screenshots:
File 1: This shows the missing value for the custom post type that I want to update via phpMyAdmin (remember, there are 100+ of these). Right above it, the value exists because I edited the cpt and re-saved it.
File 2: This shows the that field exists in the database for ‘alfr’ (as shown in File 1)
File 3: This shows that the field doesn’t exist in the database for ‘all-2’ (as shown in File 1).
Since the database has no record of it, I can’t use my UPDATE command.
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