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How to Access Same Website Locally and Non-locally?

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Hello..
I'm working on a website locally using Xampp and I need to access the non-local site at the same time. The non-local site has a dedicated IP. Is there any way to open the non-local site (so I can copy and paste) while still viewing the local site? I thought about accessing it with the IP but it resolves to the domain name.

Thanks in advance.

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not sure i understand... try modifying your HOSTS file (locally).

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I don't understand your question so I guess this isn't the answer you're looking for:

Open two tabs or two different browsers and switch for copy/paste.

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I don't understand your question so I guess this isn't the answer you're looking for:

Open two tabs or two different browsers and switch for copy/paste.

Hello Wanze,

I describe before that the non-local site has a dedicated IP, due to this the idea of open two tabs or two different browsers is worthless.

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I'd don't know if it's just me, but I cannot understand what's the problem with the "dedicated IP".

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I'd don't know if it's just me, but I cannot understand what's the problem with the "dedicated IP".

I cannot understand the problem too.

Also I cannot understand why he don't shed some light onto his problem, will mean: give some more information.

Would be helpful because my crystall ball is actually unusable.

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