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A hack for being able to run Jetpack in WP locally.
# Go to plugins/jetpack/jetpack.php into the folder of your WP local website.
# Find the line (276) below:
/**
* Is Jetpack active?
*/
public static function is_active() {
return (bool) Jetpack_Data::get_access_token( JETPACK_MASTER_USER );
}
# Replace it with:
/**
* Is Jetpack active?
*/
public static function is_active() {
return true;
}
# Find the line (2263) below:
function admin_page() {
global $current_user;
$role = $this->translate_current_user_to_role();
$is_connected = Jetpack::is_active();
$user_token = Jetpack_Data::get_access_token($current_user->ID);
$is_user_connected = $user_token && !is_wp_error($user_token);
$is_master_user = $current_user->ID == Jetpack::get_option( 'master_user' );
$module = false;
?>
# Replace &is_user_connected to:
$is_user_connected = true;
# End
# Before migrating WP site to live, put back the original one.
# Source: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/42352/jetpack-running-locally
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