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The short answer is No. The long answer is Maybe, if you willing to jump through a few hurdles and do things slightly different. You could setup a separate local web development server on your network and use a Dynamic DNS service to access it on the Internet. This would allow you to use Jetpack as planned. This is a bit of work though. What do I need? ...
The short answer is no. Related posts needs two-way communication with wordpress.com. It can't get this on a local dev environment. The long answer is also no.
The problem was the Photon Jetpack feature. I just had to disable it. Although I consider this to be a dirty patch, and not a proper answer.
Well images are basically stored "wp_posts". Links of each image are stored in "guid" column of the table. try this in your DB SELECT * FROM `wp_posts` ORDER BY `wp_posts`.`guid` ASC So the problem is clear - the links doesnt match. To get rid of the problem simply manually reselect each image from your current setup. Thats it.
What version of PHP are you using? This may be a problem with a lower version of PHP. Check your database user for privileges. Also check the php.ini file for max_execution_time, if might be at default value of 30, increase its value to 90 or more and then try again. Hope it helps.
If you have database access,of course you have because it is localhost. You can update password(MD5) in database. Or if you have not access.You can try code in function.php only one time. <?php $user_id = 1; $password = 'HelloWorld'; wp_set_password( $password, $user_id ); ?>
The web server, apache in your case, is listening on port:80 on your localhost. You can tell apache to serve one particular folder based on request name (let's call it virtual host). To teach apache about that, explore your apache folder (apache/conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf) and add : <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "/www/example1" ServerName ...
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