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The WordPress Codex has documentation for the different scenarios you might encounter when moving your WordPress site. The standard way to migrate, without using any plugins, would be to: Export the database on dev server Import the database into production server Move directory and files onto production server Change URLs in database
You can perform a full backup on localhost then upload the zip file it created to your server and perform a restore with Backupbuddy. The only thing you will need to do on your remote host is setup a database and a database user with appropriate privileges (along with making sure any domain or subdomain is setup as needed). That is probably as close as you ...
There could be many Possibilities and you need to verify that is your localhost is really running on which port. (try with some sample php page with echoing text and load that page). If this is working correct then think and try to load WordPress and its configuration related changes.
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