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  • #29192
    CareerBuggy
    Post count: 3

    My website broke after installing the Hind my WP. All page layouts got broken, but to test it, I tried to see the page source to see any of my plugin info is displayed. Some I do not see and some I see the plugin names and the location on my server.

    Let me know how I can fix this. What I am trying to achieve with this plugin is, to hide my wp-login, wp-admin and all info related to plugins.

    Thanks,

    #29197
    Suman M.
    Post count: 11593

    Hi, I could see that you are using older version of HMWP. First of all, please update it to the latest version 6.1. You can download it from your Envato Panel, or else activate the currently installed HMWP in your site and enter Purchase code in Start tab. After this you can auto update it from plugins section of your website backend.
    If you are having any issue then please let us know your HMWP purchase code and we’ll look into it. Thanks!

    #29203
    CareerBuggy
    Post count: 3

    Ok, as you mentioned, added purchase code and updated the plugin to the latest version. Now I can see my webpages as expected. Could you tell me how I can hide class names, plugin and theme names? I am not sure what settings I have to change, there are a lot of settings. When the user tries to see the HTML code from the browser or when they do inspect element, I want to hide class names, theme names and plugin names. Let me know.

    Thanks,

    #29205
    Suman M.
    Post count: 11593

    Hi, I have configured HMWP plugin in your site. Now the theme name and plugin names are hidden/renamed. Also other default WP paths are renamed. Please check your site’s page source. Thanks!

    #29297
    CareerBuggy
    Post count: 3
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    #29302
    Suman M.
    Post count: 11593

    Hi, it might not be possible to hide all the CSS class names as it might break the site’s functionality. Can you please send us the screenshots of what you want to hide so that we can check? Thanks!

    #29322
    CareerBuggy
    Post count: 3
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    Suman M.
    Post count: 11593
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