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  • It sounds like either your MAMP virtual host is goofed up or your WordPress settings to change the URL back via phpMyAdmin (the wp_options table) didn’t take.

    Pay attention to the URL in the address bar when you visit the home page vs clicking links. If the URL is changing back and forth between the two or if you view the source of the site and see a different URL in the source code than you’re using to view the site, then you have a WordPress install that is half wired to one domain and half wired to another.

    Otherwise, since you’re getting 404 errors when you click the links, you either have an htaccess problem or your MAMP is improperly configured (e.g. pointing the domain to the wrong folder).

    Thank you for your help, Vrazer.

    I’ve found SOLUTION and I hope it can help people in similar situation.

    I used Emergency Password Reset Script. I managed to reset my password and login to wp-admin. I could then access all my pages from page/post editor and copy them to my new server installation of WordPress. I was not able however to access my webpage via local server, but that wasn’t that important in my case.

    Awesome, herrzeba.

    Glad you got it fixed.

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