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  • #19611
    d_ch
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    Post count: 44

    Hi!

    After installing your plugin at my client’s website https://hotel-avlakia.gr/, I tested it at https://www.wpthemedetector.com/ & https://hackertarget.com/wordpress-security-scan/ and it hides WP very well!

    However, I would like to ask you one extra thing. Is there a quick way to also hide WPML string from source code where it is appeared 49 times?

    Waiting fore your advice!

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    #19614
    Suman Maharjan
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    Hi, you can rename link tag IDs like wpml-legacy-dropdown-0-css, wpml-legacy-dropdown-0-inline-cs, etc. using “replace in html” option. Add replacement like beow:

    wpml-legacy-dropdown-0-inline-css ==> somename

    But it’s not recommended to replace CSS class names like wpml-ls-statics-shortcode_actions, wpml-ls-flag, wpml-ls-item, etc. as it might break the site’s functionality.

    More info regarding the replacement – https://codecanyon.net/item/hide-my-wp-amazing-security-plugin-for-wordpress/4177158/faqs/20827

    #19615
    d_ch
    Pro
    Post count: 44

    So as I understand it’s not possible to totally hide WPML right?

    #19622
    Suman Maharjan
    Post count: 8774

    Yes, the wpml class names in site’s page source can’t simply be renamed with Replace tools.

    But there’s a way around, which needs a bit of coding skill. If you want to replace css class name “wpml-ls-item” to something like “xyz-ls-item”, then you’ll need to add following replacement in “replace in html”:

    wpml-ls-item ==> xyz-ls-item

    Then copy the css code from https://hotel-avlakia.gr/ext/sitepress-multilingual-cms/templates/language-switchers/legacy-dropdown/style.css and add it in “Internal CSS” in Source Code tab (before adding there you’ll need to replace all occurrences of “wpml-ls-item” with “xyz-ls-item”)

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