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I’ve purchased and configured up the plugin after reading support comment here:https://codecanyon.net/item/hide-my-wp-amazing-security-plugin-for-wordpress/4177158/comments?page=207&filter=all#comment_19485398
First off, really neat plugin!
I’m now looking to whitelist one of the plugins on my site, can you please advise on the process for doing such.
The plugin path would be /wp-content/plugins/tin-canny-learndash-reporting/
Please advise, thanks.
Hi, if you do not want to rename any of the path then you can add the replacement for it in “replace in HTML” – https://www.screencast.com/t/zzmI2TmO
Your site’s page source – https://www.screencast.com/t/oZAAzmh4CD
Please check and let us know if any issue.
You’ll need to add another replacement for it, as this is /wp-content/uploads path (and previous one was /wp-content/plugins path).
I’ve added the replacement now. Can you please check?
I emptied out “API Base” and “API Query” fields in HMWP Permalinks & URLs tab and it seems to be working fine now. Can you please check?
1) Previously, “API Base” and “API Query” were renamed to something else which was causing the issue. Hence I emptied these fields (opt out from renaming these).
2) Yes. I have removed the replacement that I added in “replace in html” option. Can you please check now?
Thank you!!! Everything seems to be all nice now.
Hi, can you please let us know your site’s wp-admin login details as private reply so that we can look into the issue further. Thanks!
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