Localhost to IP

Description

Introducing the “Site URL Changer” WordPress plugin – the ultimate solution for seamlessly transitioning your local WordPress site from localhost to an IP address
Are you tired of restricting your WordPress development projects to your local machine? With Site URL Changer, you can easily share your localhost WordPress site with others by converting the site URL and home URL from localhost to your desired IP address or another URL.

This plugin simplifies the process of migrating your local WordPress site to a live server or sharing it with clients and team members for review and testing. No more manual updates or complicated configuration changes – Site URL Changer handles it all effortlessly.

Screenshots

  • Main page.
  • After change the Ip.

Installation

Follow these simple steps to install and activate the “Localhost to IP” plugin:

1.Download the plugin:
– Visit the WordPress plugin repository and search for “Localhost to IP.” Click the “Download” button to save the plugin files to your computer.
– Alternatively, you can download the plugin directly from the plugin’s official website.
2.Upload the plugin files:
– Extract the downloaded plugin files if they are in a compressed format (e.g., zip).
– Connect to your WordPress site using an FTP client or access the file manager provided by your web hosting provider.
– Navigate to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory in your WordPress installation.
– Upload the extracted plugin folder (named “localhost-to-ip”) to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
3. Activate the plugin:
– Log in to your WordPress admin dashboard.
– Go to the “Plugins” menu.
– Look for the “Localhost to IP” plugin in the list of installed plugins.
– Click the “Activate” link below the plugin to activate it.
4. Configure the plugin:
– Once the plugin is activated, you will find a new option called “Localhost to IP” in your WordPress dashboard menu.
– Click on “Localhost to IP” to access the plugin settings page.
– Here, you can update the site URL and home URL from localhost to your desired IP address or another URL.
– Make the necessary changes and save the settings.

That’s it! You have successfully installed and configured the “Localhost to IP” plugin. You can now share your localhost WordPress site via the specified IP address or URL. Remember to review and test your website in the live environment to ensure everything functions correctly after making the URL changes.

Note: It’s always a good practice to create backups of your WordPress site before making any significant changes.

FAQ

1. How do I get my IP?

Don’t worry, you don’t have to input any IP address, it will be auto.

Reviews

جوان 15, 2023
I recently had the pleasure of using LocalHost IP, and I must say, it has significantly enhanced my workflow and productivity. This plugin is a true gem, and I cannot recommend it enough to anyone seeking to streamline their tasks and improve their overall efficiency.
جوان 15, 2023
It has significantly streamlined my development process. This plugin is an absolute game-changer for anyone who frequently works on WordPress websites locally and needs a quick and efficient way to preview their sites on different devices or share them with clients remotely. Installation and setup were a breeze. The plugin can be easily downloaded from the WordPress plugin repository and activated with just a few clicks. Once activated, it seamlessly integrates into the WordPress dashboard, providing a straightforward and user-friendly interface.
جوان 20, 2021
This is the plugin I am looking for thank you so much to the developer who created this. This is a life-changing thing for me, a very very useful plugin specially for developers.
جوان 17, 2021 1 reply
I tried this after 10 minutes it got released. Few times a day I check for newly released plugins and this showed up (lucky me !!!). I am giving it 5 stars, even though videos or images are not showing up in the Core's Cover block. It seems that the background color is showing, but not the new duotone filters. Tested with WP 5.7.2, and Gut. 10.8.2. For the short 5 minutes of testing everything else seems good to go, even my custom ACF Blocks are perfect ! Developing on my localhost and communicating with clients without resorting into in person meetings, images, or videos, will save me time and energy. I wonder if there are any security implications if I use it on a dedicated machine, which is always going to be on and the localserver always running. With that, doing some domain forwarding can this be used as a "homemade" web server for an actual live website (of course for a very low traffic - unless you will bring in some redundant T1 lines)? That would be interesting, VERY interesting actually !!! Thanks a million, and keep up the good work. P.S. I for got to mention that in the backsite in the plugin's page 2 warnings are showing up... I'm using php v7.2.7 Warning: Use of undefined constant _S_VERSION - assumed '_S_VERSION' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in C:\xampp\htdocs\2qtblocks\wp-content\plugins\localhost-to-ip\form.php on line 21 Warning: Use of undefined constant _S_VERSION - assumed '_S_VERSION' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in C:\xampp\htdocs\2qtblocks\wp-content\plugins\localhost-to-ip\form.php on line 22
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Contributors & Developers

“Localhost to IP” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0.0

Initial release.

1.0.1

Fixed reported bugs.