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Add this bit of code to your wp-config.php file: define('FS_METHOD', 'direct');


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Technically, they are for only one purpose: override memory_limit value in php.ini. The difference is: WP_MEMORY_LIMIT will permanently override memory_limit if its value is greater than the current value in php.ini. WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT will temporarily override memory_limit with whatever value you defined. And it only happens in some events such as ...


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Max is used on the admin side, WP_MEMORY_LIMIT is used on the front end. Don't increase the memory available more than you need to or you'll run the risk of running out of RAM if you have too many simultaneous hits on pages.


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When you copy the files from goDaddy all sorts of oddities from that host may come with it. If I were you I would do a clean install. Download WordPress and install it Check which plugins and themes you have running on your goDaddy. Download fresh ones and install them. Export all content from goDaddy (under tools -> export) and upload it locally. Copy the ...


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It looks like you have not imported the backup of database (sql file) to new database you have created in your localhost. Also after importing the database to local server you will need to replace the live site URL with new localhost URL at all instances in local database.


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After more fruitless searching, I stumbled across this article from WP Tavern which mentioned a plugin then called "WP Local Dev Environment," now called Airplane Mode. The plugin blocks a long list of things that WordPress does which require checking something from the Internet. While it is intended to be toggled on or off depending on whether you have a ...



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