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  • Rewrite – JSON REST

    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 […]

  • Rewrite – XML RPC

    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 […]

  • 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 – 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 – 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 – 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:

  • wp-hide/module_mod_rewrite_rules

    Module rewrite rules

  • wp-hide/mod_rewrite_rules

    Name: wp-hide/mod_rewrite_rules Type: Filter Arguments: $rules, $rewrite_server_software The filter can be used to change, add or remove any generated rewrite rules, which are being saved within .htaccess file (for Apache) or web.config file (for IIS). The same rules are being listed within the Set-up interface, so any modification through this filter will show up for […]

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