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I think it's in the wp_options table as 'home_url' and 'base_url', set both to start with http and Save the table in phpMyAdmin. If you can't login still, disable plugin by renaming the folder. Still failing, check htaccess file and wp-config files for forced security.
Search the place in your theme where you're including the google fonts script, and remove the leading part http: , at the beginning of google fonts api url. The part you're going to leave should look like //fonts.googleapis.com/css?family= and so on (leave what is after family but nothing before // ) Make a search replace in your theme to find
The WordPress Codex has probably the best and most complete answer on this topic: Moving Wordpress It includes instructions on moving from a local server to a live server, but also on moving between folders on a server, moving Multisite installations and many more, providing you with a step by step instruction. That entry covers the whole work regarding ...
If you have set the stylesheet href as relative path eg. /example.com/wp-content/... it will append it to the current location http://example.com in your browser, so for just a relative path use just /wp-content/. But if you specify an absolute path eg. http://example.com/wp-content/... or even //example.com/wp-content/ it will just look for that directly. ...
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