Remove WordPress Generator Meta Remove the autogenerated meta generator tag within head (WordPress Version). Tag example: <meta name=”generator” content=”WordPress 4.6.1″ /> Remove Other Generator Meta Remove other meta generated tags within head (eg Theme Name, Theme Version). Tag example: <meta content=”Divi – Child v.1.0.0″ name=”generator”/> Removing such meta tag create issues for BuddyPress plugin which […]
As default the WordPress url’s format include an ending slash. There are situations when this slash is not being append. Turning on this option, all links will get a slash if not included as default. This is also useful when someone try to view a directory content. On majority of servers, when try to open […]
Any WordPress instance include specific files located within root install directory. You may think this is not a big deal as any site contain such file. The problem is they use a format which makes your WordPress easy traceable:
The WordPress REST API is an easy-to-use set of HTTP endpoints which allows access a site data in simple JSON format. That including users, posts, taxonomies and more. Retrieving or updating is as simple as sending a HTTP request. A REST API can be consumed everywhere. On mobile applications, on front-end (web apps) or any […]
XML-RPC is a remote procedure call (RPC) protocol which uses XML to encode its calls and HTTP as a transport mechanism. This works by sending an HTTP request to a server implementing the protocol. The client in that case is typically software which call a single method of a remote system. Multiple input parameters can […]
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, […]
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.
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.
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:
Name: wph/settings_changed Type: Action Arguments: $screen_slug, $tab_slug The action trigger on plugin admin interface Settings Changed. If this action triggered there was no error and the settings where saved successfully.