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WPPlugins Security Check Report

If WPPlugins found any security issue, it means that your WordPress CMS is detected and hackers will find these breaches. If you don’t act now, the hacker’s bots will get into your website sooner or later. If they do, they usually remove the website entirely and steal your database information. The loss and recovery costs […]

Hide My WP Codecanyon Alternative

Many people are asking if the plugin on Codecanyon is the same as ours. I can say that the name is similar but the features and functionality is not. Hide My WP Ghost is a plugin destinated to beginners and we tried to minimize interactions with the config files.   Easy to setup You can […]

How to grant and revoke permissions to database using phpMyAdmin

You can do that. Follow the pictures: In the “Privileges” tab which list your users click the “Edit Privileges” of the user. Then select the database:    After that specific the privileges by checking them and then select your table as shown in the picture:   After you select your table, you can define the […]

Hide My WP Compatibility Plugins List

The lastest WordPress plugins we checked and made sure they work with Hide My WP PRO:   Free Cache  Plugins: W3 Total Cache WP Super Cache WP Fastest Cache Cache Enabler CDN Enabler Autoptimizer Jetpack by WordPress LiteSpeed Cache Cache-Control Comet Cache Security Plugins: iThemes Security Password Protected Admin Custom Login Sucuri Security Woocommerce Plugins: […]

Hide My WP Ghost Compatible With WP Engine

WP Engine is the best solution for your WordPress website because they take security very seriously. We’ve tested and made Hide My WP compatible with WP Engine. You will be guided how to set the Ghost mode in Hide My WP and the records you have to add in WP Engine. All the information about WP […]

Hide My WP Ghost Compatible With Inmotion WordPress Hosting

Inmotion Hosting is a good hosting solution for your business and if you start an hosting plan with them you will love their services. Inmotion is using a Cache Manager base on Nginx and it will automatically cache all static files like: CSS, Javascript and Image files. To make Hide My WP work and redirect all the […]

How To Hide WordPress From Builtwith

Even if WordPress is one of the safest content management system online, you cannot be completely sure that no one can hack your website if you are using WordPress. There are so many insecure plugins and themes that can be tracked by hackers around the world.   How To Hide WordPress From BuiltWith Hide My […]

The website frontend style is not loading in Ghost Mode

If you followed all the Hide My WP indications, probably it’s a .htaccess file issue. Please check the .htaccess file and look for # BEGIN WordPress <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^index\.php$ – [L] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /index.php [L] </IfModule> # END WordPress If you see 2 similar blocks like above, please […]

How To Hide WordPress From Wappalyzer

WordPress is one of the safest content management system online. Developers at this company keep on updating the security parameters to address potential vulnerabilities. However; we cannot be completely sure that no one can track your data on this platform. There are so many insecure plugins and themes that can be tracked by hackers around […]

Hide My WP and CDN Enabler

Hide My WP Ghost is compatible with CDN Enabler. You can easily add CDN service from keycdn.com to work with the new paths from Hide My WP plugin.   Please follow these steps in order to work correctly: 1. Switch on the Late Loading option in Hide My WP > Advanced   2. Add the new wp-content and […]

How to setup Hide My WP on Nginx server

If your server is a Linux server, the main path to the nginx.conf file is /etc/nginx/nginx.conf (or /etc/nginx/conf/nginx.conf if you’re using Arch Linux). If the server is a Windows server your nginx.conf file will be located at C:nginxconfnginx.conf) If your nginx doesn’t have sites-enabled option activated (check for sites-enabled subdirectory in the same directory with nginx.conf file), you will […]

How To Hide All The Wodpress Files With Hide My Wp

What Hide My WordPress can do: You can set the Ghost mode to hide all the main WordPress paths: wp-content wp-includes wp-content/uploads wp-content/plugins wp-content/themes wp-comments-post.php author wp-json wp-login.php, wp-login, login wp-admin and all the plugins and themes names show forbidden for all the old paths and let only the new paths custom URLs using the […]

How To Set Hide My Wp For Bitnami Servers

Bitnami uses “htaccess.conf” files by default instead of “.htaccess” files for security and performance reasons. You can find more info at http://wiki.bitnami.com/Components/Apache/htaccess_configuration236 If you found the config file (it’s usually located at /home/bitnami/apps/wordpress/conf/httpd-app.conf) you should see something like the following code.  Add the code generated by WordPress in the .htaccess file <Directory “/opt/bitnami/apps/wordpress/htdocs”> Options +MultiViews […]

How To Configure Hide My Wp On Nginx Web Server With Virtual Private Server

Setting Hide My Wp on a Nginx server it’s pretty easy. Nginx stores its configuration files in the “/etc/nginx” directory. Inside of this directory, you will find a few directories and various modular configuration files: cd /etc/nginx ls -F conf.d/ koi-win naxsi.rules scgi_params uwsgi_params fastcgi_params mime.types nginx.conf sites-available/ win-utf koi-utf naxsi_core.rules proxy_params sites-enabled/ If you are […]

How To Redirect Visitors To Login (Force Login Page)

If you want to create a login based website and you need to redirect all your visitors to login page, please add this code in your theme’s functions.php file. Solution 1 function protect_whole_site() { if (!is_user_logged_in()) { if (isset($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’])) { $url = untrailingslashit($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]); if (strpos($url, HMWP_Classes_Tools::getOption(‘hmwp_login_url’)) === false) { wp_redirect(site_url(‘wp-login.php’)); exit(); } } else { wp_redirect(site_url()); […]