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  • wph/components/components_run/ignore_component

    Name: wph/components/components_run/ignore_component Type: Filter Arguments: (bool) $ignore_component (text) $component_id ($saved_field_value) $component_id (object) $_class_instance Using this filter, specific components can be disabled. The following example disables the HTML Minification component on URL ‘/elementor-188’:

  • wp-hide/interface/process

    Name: wp-hide/interface/process Type: Filter Arguments: $errors, $settings, $module_settings Returns: (array) $errors This filter trigger when plugin admin interface is being processed. It can be used to ensure specific options are matching the requirements.

  • Preserve specific text / html block within outputted code

    This functionality is available for PRO version. The WordPress WP Hide & Security Enhancer PRO achieve provided functionality through internal filters and rewrite code. This ensure a perfect compatibility is maintained across the site without requiring to change anything at the code level or to any of WordPress files/folders structure. Any updating functionality for wither […]

  • Create a custom Module Component, extending the plugin functionality

    As default the WP Hide & Security Enhancer WordPress plugin include many features and functionalities which should be more than enough for a regular site to hide everything about WordPress and theme / plugins related data. As the WordPress ecosystem is huge and as it getting more complex, certain aspects may become uncovered and need […]

  • Installation

    Install the free WP Hide & Security Enhancer Plugin can be found within WordPress Repository at meaning it can be installed within any WordPress site through admin Plugins menu. Click on Add New sub-menu item then search for WP Hide & Security Enhancer plugin. Click Install and then Activate. Once the plugin active, a […]

  • Plugin Requirements The plugin does not require any special server functionality. As long as you run a WordPress instance with active Permalinks the code will run just fine. This is compatible with UNIX (Ubuntu, CentOS, FreeBSD, Debian, CoreOS etc) and Windows (IIS) based systems running Apache/NGinX etc. The system requirements (power processing and RAM) are minimum, the [...]
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