Website backup installation to local


#1

Hi,

about 30 of November of 2016 I took back up of a live WP website. No I want to install in to flywheel local that backup.

Although I followed the process seen in that video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxXik8YN6xc
I get different results.

My website was successfully installed, but when I press the button “VIEW SITE”, you can see at the attached print screen how my website looks like.

Does anybody know how can I fix that issue?


#2

Seems like an issue with NextGen Gallery. You could delete that plugin, see if everything works, and then reinstall it.


#3

Dear afragen thank you very much for your response.

The problem is that even I try to log in at the admin panel I experience somehow the same issue.!

Printscreen below.

What can I do to fix that?


#4

Delete the plugin manually from wp-content/plugins/


#5

Dear Mr Fragen, thank you very much :slight_smile:.

Website is now somehow ok. The fact is that the images do not appear. Maybe because I deleted the NextGen Gallery. Is there any way to fix that?

I mean to restore the images in every post.


#6

Now re-install NextGen Gallery from a new download.


#7

The login url as I remember that time I took the back up wasn’t the usual for example www.website.com/wp-admin but it was different. So when I press the button “ADMIN” in Flywheel does not connect to the log in url. So I manualy type the log in url that I remember was the one the time I took the back up.

The error message that I receive, can be seen below:

What can I do to fix that?


#8

Seems like the plugin WP Super Cache is the problem. Try removing it.


#9

I removed it & reinstall the website.

I remind that the log in url is not the normal [www.website.com/wp-admin]

So the cases are two:

  1. I do not remember the log in url correctly.
  2. An error occurs while I type the log in url that I remember.

I attach screenshot of the screen while I am using the log in url that I remember.


#10

Login URL is https://mysite.com/wp-login.php

A 500 error is usually something in the htaccess file.


#11

It does not work. I receive the message “Page not found”.

Also the error in the page that it redirects me is “Warning: Parameter 1 to wp_default_scripts() expected to be a reference, value given in /app/public/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 580 Warning: Parameter 1 to wp_default_styles() expected to be a reference, value given in /app/public/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 580”.