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I created a “logout” shortcode page.
If I use “hide wp”, why show “logout” admin address?
Why doesn’t show “logout” shortcode page address?
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Hi, in the above logout URL, “wp-login.php” has already been renamed to “test”. What exactly you want this URL be renamed to?
Why can not hide the logout address?
This plugin name is “hide my wp”.
If can’t hide it, should change it to “rename my wp”.
Okay, but what exactly is not hidden? wp-login.php has already been renamed, right?
What does it mean to change the name?
name has changed, but logged in members can see the logout address.
members will try to log in at my admin address of WordPress.
Members can attack hacking.
I want to hide the logout path.
What exactly is the logout path now? Can you please let us know your site’s wp-admin login details as private reply so that we can look into it?
The screenshot above is my site screenshot.
that is logout path in chrome browser’s bottom.
When logged in members mouse roll over to the “Logout” button(Top Menu), the logout url(logout path) appears.
I changed “test” in permerlinks url > New wp-admin Path
But the admin page path has also changed to “test”.
Once the logged in members know the logout url, they can try to hack the admin page.
I don’t want to reveal the path to the admin page.
Okay, I got what you meant. If the login url is http://www.domain.com/test then you want logout url to be different (like http://www.domain.com/logout), right?
Currently this is not possible via HMWP. http://www.domain.com/test is login url and hence the logout url will also be the same only (with parameter “action=logout”). For this you can use Theme My Login plugin.
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