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  • #24483
    Anand
    Post count: 5

    Hello,

    A feature mentions that other than hiding the wp-admin and wp-login, the plugins, themes, etc begin used can be hidden. Which means it will need to hidden from the source.

    1. Hence my assumption is that the same will hidden in affect of any browser inspect tool as well. Is that correct?
    2. How can I achieve the above? As in what all settings are need to enable specifically for the same.

    Thanks

    #24488
    Suman Maharjan
    Post count: 9614

    Hi, you’ll need to give the new names for the default WP paths in HMWP “permalinks & urls” tab like this – https://www.screencast.com/t/ymQUgrcK
    Then the default WP paths will be replaced with new names, which you can see in site’s page source or browser inspect tool.

    #24520
    Anand
    Post count: 5

    Suman,

    Thanks for sharing the same. I would like to read about the process of changing the names in detail. The reason being, since this will affect code, folder names, config in general, I want to able to tweak and make changes as appropriate and take an informed decision.

    Is there documentation for the same?

    Also I want to know, in condition something breaks in my appliaction, nmot necessarily for this plugin or its settings, and I want to revert back inidividual changes, for example

    I have set the New Plugin Path as /abc, and added some new plugins and had some old plugins. If I delete this path from the setting,will it revert back to the default folder and also change whereever in the code the path has been mentioned?

    #24537
    Suman Maharjan
    Post count: 9614

    HMWP doesn’t physically rename any files/folders, it makes use of rewrite rules. Also it doesn’t affect any code or config (except for renaming wp-admin for which you need to manually add a line in wp-config.php). If you delete the new plugin path name (that you have specified) from HMWP settings then the plugin path will automatically switch back to WP default i.e. /wp-content/plugins/

    #24542
    Anand
    Post count: 5

    Suman,

    Could you also answer the first part of it wrt to tutorials/videos which will help resolve the specifics I have mentioned?

    #24551
    Suman Maharjan
    Post count: 9614

    The documentation is here – http://support.wpwave.com/docs/hide-my-wp/
    And video tutorials here – https://support.wpwave.com/videos
    The updated documentation will be available in about 2 weeks time.

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