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I have wordpress blog, which works perfectly on localhost. In the letter from my hosting there was line

Please place all of your Internet files in the /public_html directory.

So, i've uploaded all the files there, then exported mysql db through phpmyadmin and checked for all the paths in the code to be absolute. However, when I'm trying to reach my domain, it results me with


and changing the url from


What could be the problem, in which way should I look? Hosting is running under the Cpanel and uses apache.

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Ok, i've found the solution here. Please answer the question, so I would be able to mark it as answered. – Anton Axentyuk Jun 11 '11 at 17:01
  1. Login to your hosting account control panel (cPanel)
  2. Go to your PhpMyadmin Page
  3. Choose the database of your wordpress which has experience this issue
  4. Click the wp_options and search the siteurl and home
  5. Edit the option_value (http://localhost:8888) to your new URL (example:
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up vote 0 down vote accepted

Ok, I've found all the solutions to resolve problem as this on wordpress official website.

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