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Open wp-config.php Now the first thing you need to do is to open the wp-config.php file from your WordPress root folder (you may access this file from your WordPress installer folder). From the installation folder, the file is located at wordpress/wp-config.php 2. Insert FS_METHOD Paste the following code to your wp-config.php file, preferably just below ...
Generally you should only configure WP for localhost if you have physical possession of the computer/server. You cannot access localhost of a remote computer. Well there are tricks that this is beyond the scope of this discussion. Edited to add To install WP on localhost, after installing the WP files, go to: http://localhost/ or if you installed WP ...
Looks like Google App Engine doesn't support WordPress 3.7.1 (something that's not documented anywhere). Downgrading to WordPress 3.5.1 (the version mentioned in Google's instructions) made it work - http://localhost:8080 was forwarded to WordPress Install page.
I prefer the approach of Charles as that is a lot easier, safer and useful approach. Still you can follow as mentioned by Saifur. I will suggest one point here i.e. not to replace the data directly in the sql file. This is because wordpress stores data in terms of serialized manner. So even though you replace the data correctly, it may not work 100%. In ...
Before import database_backup.sql. You have to replace server url with your local url in sql. for example: you took backup from abc.com , and your local url is localhost/abc .then open database_backup.sql and find and replace abc.com with localhost/abc. Save and import now.
Move style.css out of /css and into the Theme's root folder.
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