How to manually launch a website using FloLaunch?
If the website was not launched properly, via the FloLaunch plugin, then it is possible to launch it manually, via your cPanel.
Please follow this tutorial if you feel confident working with your cPanel.
In this case, you'll need to have access and write permissions to the “wp-config.php” file, and your database.
Step 1 - Database.
Open the database and search for the tables that have “flo_prXXXX” prefixes, where “XXXX” is a specific number.
If there is only one Clone Site, then there will be only one unique “flo_prXXXX” prefix. But, if there will be more than one, then this means that there are more clone sites. In this case, it will be needed to confirm with the client which of them to activate. As a suggestion, start with the one that has the highest number for the “_postmeta” table.
If this will not be the correct one, then you may try to activate the other ones.
Step 2 - “wp-config.php”:
After that you’ll have the table prefix, it is needed to edit the “wp-config.php” file. Go to the “table_prefix” and replace the existing one with your own.
Simply save the file and that’s it.
Now the Clone Site is launched, congratulations!