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  • CDN – CDN Url

    This functionality is available for PRO version. A Content Delivery Network – CDN – is a network of servers located around the globe in fundamental spots with fast access. It takes a while for a web page to load especially if the server is located far away from the user. So they are designed to […]

  • General / CSS – Class/ ID replacement

    This functionality is available for PRO version. The module implement a post-processing engine, to provide additional functionality for Cascading Style Sheet data type. The  visual interface is self explanatory and the options are easy to understand for non technical persons. A requirement for post-processing availability, is the CSS Combine feature, which parse all local Cascading Style […]

  • General / JavaScript – JS Variables Replace

    This functionality is available for PRO version. Through this module, commonly used JavaScript variables/functions from WordPress, plugins and theme can be renamed to something else. Often hackers boots parse and render the html in attempt to find specific variables which are widely used on WordPress ecosystem. The following can be found in majority of websites: […]

  • Rewrite – Map URLs

    This functionality is available for PRO version. The Map URLs module can e used to change individual URL to custom ones. The interface consist on 2 fields, a Url to replace and a Url replacement. Any domain url can be mapped to something else. Any type of asset works with re-mapping e.g JavaScript, Cascading Style […]

  • Admin – Change default admin-ajax.php

    This functionality is available for PRO version The admin-ajax.php is being used by WordPress core and many plugins to initiate AJAX calls from dashboard and front side. This is specific to WordPress, a site using such slug is an easy target to hack attempts.

  • Rewrite – Theme

    The plugin Theme section allow to change any url’s related to a theme or a child theme. As default a resource file loaded from the theme folder appear on front side html like this:

  • Rewrite – WP includes

    As default a WordPress installation contain a wp-include folder which store files and resources used on themes and plugin. This section allow a way to change this slug from any links on front side html.

  • Rewrite – WP Content

    As default a WordPress installation use a wp-content directory which store themes, plugins, media files, cache data etc. This option allow a way to change this slug to something else on front side html.

  • Rewrite – Plugins

    Within a WordPress install the Plugins are usually located within -domain-name-/wp-content/plugins This functionality provide an easy way to virtually change the path to something else. http://-domain-name-/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/ New Plugins Path Use any alphanumeric symbols for this field which will be used as the new slug for the plugins folder. Presuming an apps slug is being used, […]

  • Rewrite – Uploads

    The WordPress is not flexible at all when it come to media upload location. The default path is a standard format which appear like this, for any attachments (images, archives etc): <img class="alignnone size-full" src="http://domain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/106658.jpg" alt="" width="640" height="390" alt="" /> Viewing such link,it’s pretty obliviously it’s a WordPress site, and the link point to the […]

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