I tried to move my local website and go online / replace my old website with it. The local and the online website did break both and “migrated” in some weird way to only one local (-> it was only available while local website was turned on) website (I used the plugin All-in-One-Migration because I couldn’t find another way to do it). I had to delete my old database and install wordpress newly on my domain provider. Now I can’t enter my local website via the localwp program anymore because it still redirects to my real domain - even after replacing every local folder with a backup I made earlier.
By the way, I already contacted the support team of the plugin All-In-One-Migration but they couldn’t help me.
How can I get my local page back to work? I can’t enter the testing admin panel because of the domain redirect issue.
How can I transfer my local site safely to my newly created webpage without breaking it again? I don’t have any backups of my old website, its gone forever - but it doesn’t matter if I can transfer the local page to the online page.
You can replicate this issue step by step.
- Having an online website.
- Having a localwp website.
- Install All-In-One Plugin on both sites
- Exporting the local site using the plugin
- Importing the All-In-One file to the new website
- Change everything the plugin is mentioning (database, media, plugins, etc.)
Now my local page was also my online page / my online page was also my local page. If you entered the real domain (xx-xxx) you got redirected automatically to the testing (testing-xx-xxx) domain. There also wasn’t a possiblity to view the page if localwp wasn’t running.
I am using the local version 6.4.3+6116
I am using Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit
I don’t know if the logs are helping but I downloaded them today.
local-logs.zip (56.0 KB)
I am thankful for every help, because I don’t want to loose all of my progress of the website.