Several ways to achieve that - all are ending on localhostAbby Flores wrote: ↑Mon May 11, 2020 11:10 pmActually, I'm away without internet access for a few days. I want to spend some time updating my shop on opencart during this period. Is there any way I can do this, i.e. download my shop as it is now on my laptop hard drive, upgrade it and then upload it again after I have an internet connection?
3. install all manual (if you are not an experienced developer, not really recommended) - there are several howtos > use your preferred search engine
3.1 If you are using Mac OS X then you have already a webserver installed
A. Choose your system from above and install.
B. Make a complete copy of the current shop (files and database - database only with phpMyAdmin!)
C. Copy the files into the desired folder (depends on installed system, see their readme)
D. Import the database
E. Edit both config.php files
F. Start your local copy
Tipp: use php 7.4 as base, with that setting you can adjust a few scripts to have it simplier afterwards.
Such in case you want to use same php.version on your live server (which is recommended due several reasons).
Hi Abby,Abby Flores wrote: ↑Mon May 11, 2020 11:10 pmActually, I'm away without internet access for a few days. I want to spend some time updating my shop on opencart during this period. Is there any way I can do this, i.e. download my shop as it is now on my laptop hard drive, upgrade it and then upload it again after I have an internet connection?
Following are the steps -
1. Install XAMPP
2. Download the Latest Version of OpenCart
3. Go to xampp ->htdocs
4. Rename OpenCart config files
5. Open XAMPP and start MySQL and Apache
6. Go to localhost and then click on phpMyAdmin. Here click on New, provide a database name and click on Create
7. Now go to localhost/shop in your browser and you can see the installation wizard
8. Fill the form for settings
9. Give unique username and passwords
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One thing which should be considered is to set up a local replacement of the Google fonts because even when on localhost OpenCart keeps trying to access remote fonts.
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That's why I have written this:
And forgot the Linux variant - thx.3.1 If you are using Mac OS X then you have already a webserver installed
Correct, to host fonts locale, read this (basically valid for all templates): viewtopic.php?f=182&t=164592&p=771646#p627727