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Setup WP Hide on LiteSpeed

LiteSpeed Web Server is one of the best high-performance and high-scalability webserver type. Being used on near 3% of total websites is the 4th as popularity worldwide. LiteSpeed Web Server can be used to replace an existing Apache system, without changing other applications or operating system details.

With its comprehensive range of features and easy web administration graphical console, LiteSpeed Web Server can help you deliver the best performances out of existing hosting solution. There are 3 editions of LiteSpeed:

  • OpenLiteSpeed
  • Standard
  • Enterprise

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How to easily Hide Elementor Page Builder

WordPress Elementor plugin is a very popular drag-and-drop visual page builder, currently most used application of it’s kind. Using Elementor, guarantee to achieve impressive layouts, without any experience with programming languages like HTML, Css, php etc. Many popular themes are being created using Elementor, which allows the end users to easily maintain a site content.

Why white label code source for Elementor page builder?

Being used in so many sites, Elementor is a good target for hackers, finding a breach into a system version, grants attacker the possibility to easily compromise all other existing sites which use the same code.
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The Easy Way to Keep Your Website Safe from Hackers

Security is a vital concern for any website owner. We talk frequently about website security, among other things, in warnings about themes and plugins and how to protect our sites from attacks. But security is quite from a simple point of view, and the steps you take to protect your website have no bounds. Have you sometimes walked out of your office, carelessly leaving your door open? Maybe more than once, right? This is natural. We are not often worried about managing potential jeopardizes until it goes out of hand. This is also very much applicable to your website. Continue reading

Replace arbitrary URL’s with custom ones

This functionality is available for PRO version.

The WP Hide plugin provides many modules through which a site owner can rewrite all default URL’s, making WordPress indistinguishable. This is a perfect strategy to keep intruders outside, as any WordPress or plugin vulnerability that gets in a hacker’s hand, will be exploited to get full access to the site. Closing all default entry points and re-writing paths to specific assets will make a penetration close to impossible.

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Replace arbitrary words from page HTML through a visual interface module

This functionality is available for PRO version.

This module helps with final touches on hiding WordPress for a website. While other plugin components take care of all urls and paths replacements, there may still be specific words and texts inside the code which are required to be changed. Using the free plugin, there was a code approach through the filter wp-hide/ob_start_callback however not everyone is comfortable doing programming. Continue reading

Set-up Wp Hide PRO for WordPress MultiSite

This functionality is available for PRO version.

Creating a network of sites with WordPress is a powerful functionality, the simplicity of set-up makes it the best option to consider. Mainly a MultiSite network is a collection of sites that all share the same WordPress installation. This sounds simple to manage but it become a complex problem when it come to rewrite and block specific urls while preserving compatibility. The free WP Hide & Security Enhancer plugin can handle single site WordPress install, however can’t run correctly under MultiSite environment. Continue reading

Revert the media files urls to default format

Note! This is addressed for user who used early staging versions of WP Hide. At the moment, none of urls are being saved on database, everything is processed when being outputted.

Per plugin Documentation at Rewrite – Uploads when used the “Block uploads URL” option, Once the uploads url being changed, this will block any access to old URL’s format, which otherwise are still available. If this feature is turned on, all new images inserted within posts (or any custom post type) will use the new URL format. Continue reading

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