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After moving a site, some requests still point towards my local wamp server; http://localhost/

A couple of fonts and maybe one or two images have this issue. I've changed the site URL and the changes are visible in the database options table.

I can't seem to find the exact location of the request that causes the issue. Is there a way to change where all requests point to?

Thanks in advance!

Best regards,

Lex

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If you developing wordpress on localhost, you have to do 2 important things when you want to make it live:

1- search and replace in your .sql backup file for localhost/wordpress and replace it with new address and then import it in your live server.

2- search and replace your whole code, if you use hard-coded addresses!

for more information visit this link

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    Make sure that the find and replace tool supports replacing strings in serialized arrays, since absolute URLs are often stored in the DB this way. I typically use WP Migrate DB for this. Feb 8 '18 at 8:14
  • aslo NotePad++ is good too!
    – Cyber
    Oct 14 '18 at 11:17

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