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  • Plugin Author Anastis Sourgoutsidis

    (@anastis)

    Hi there,
    I can see the playlist (and the songs are playing) just fine.
    Did you resolve the issue?

    http://orhanpolat.xyz/muzik-calar/
    There is no problem in this address
    I do not get a list when I move this site to localhost to use it in the company.

    Plugin Author Vassilis Mastorostergios

    (@silencerius)

    Can you check your browser’s developer console while loading the page and let us know if there are any errors showing?

    I got ftp to move all files to the migration process
    I got a backup of my database

    I have edited the file paths according to the file paths on localhost by opening the backup I got before importing the db.
    Despite the site running properly, but the list did not come

    Did I make the migration process inaccurate?
    Or is there an extra case that needs to be done?

    Plugin Author Vassilis Mastorostergios

    (@silencerius)

    Make sure that:

    You also transferred plugin files and activated them. (“Playlists” post type is visible).
    Visually check that all your playlists are in the wp admin dashboard.
    Check that the playlist ID you have in your shortcode correctly references the playlist (maybe somehow IDs changed during db backup transfer).
    Go to your permalinks in WP admin and refresh them by just hitting save.

    Also if possible can you check your browser’s developer console while loading the page and let us know if there are any errors showing?

    Plugin Author Anastis Sourgoutsidis

    (@anastis)

    Search/replace by hand on the DB file creates more problems than it solves.
    WordPress stores a lot of data in serialized format, and if not updated properly, it fails to recognize whole records in their entirety.

    This is what happens:
    Playlist tracks (and other WordPress/theme/plugin data) are ultimately stored by WordPress in a serialized format, in a fashion similar to: s:5:"Hello"; where s = string and 5 = 5 characters.
    If you replace Hello with Goodbye manually, you end up with s:5:"Goodbye"; which is wrong, as the 5 should have been a 7.

    Here’s what you can do:

    1. Grab a fresh copy of the database from your website. Do not change anything, and import locally.
    2. Grab a copy of https://interconnectit.com/products/search-and-replace-for-wordpress-databases/ and follow install instructions.
    3. Use the tool to make your replacements.
    4. Delete tool.

    That should be it.

    If you plan on doing this regularly, you might want to employ a plugin into your workflow, such as https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-migrate-db/

    Let us know of your results.

    My fault
    Sorry

    I performed operations using wp-migrate-db tool
    My website worked seamlessly in the new place.
    Problem solved
    Thanks for your help.

    I wish you good work

    Plugin Author Anastis Sourgoutsidis

    (@anastis)

    Glad you got it sorted 🙂

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