I'd disagree on that point (personally). NOT because we can't tell you how to change your php.ini.
BUT because nothing should have a 60 second timeout in WordPress (other than a file upload maybe). Would it help to make it three minutes, how about five?
C:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress\wp-includes\class-http.php on line 1106
<= I'd look at that code and see what it is trying to do, eh?
You problem likely is not rooted in the time out, but -- most likely -- in a WordPress configuration issue. Try switching themes temporarily, and see if the issue vanishes. Did you 'copy in' your Wordpress or Theme, rather than installing clean and restoring, then re-installing the theme? If so, you may have unresolved URL issues.
IF the issues goes away - then there is likely a bad URL lurking about (my guess) It probably would be best to contact the theme authors.
I can't think of anything PHP should have to 'think about' for a minute on a local install.
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fatal error: Maximum execution time of 60 seconds exceeded in C:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress\wp-includes\class-http.php on line 1106
Never-the-less, you can try upping the limit - but I don't think that's the fix.http://www.php.net/manual/en/info.confi ... ution-time
Look for max_execution_time in \xampp\php\php.ini - it is defaulted to 30 seconds - so I have to resume someone
has edited the php.ini.
max_execution_time = 30