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Is there a directory my plugin can write files to that cannot be viewed via the browser/url?

I want to restrict access to some files uploaded via the admin interface but I cannot rely on the ability to use .htaccess (could be turned off, or they might be using a non-apache web server). I ...
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Changing WP location and wp-content folder name witouth loosing SEO

I'm trying to make my site the most efficient way as possible, and I find out thant changing lot of things in permalinks , security folders , etc, works pretty well. But what happen if the WP, is ...
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Using root permalinks with a subdirectory install

My WordPress Address (URL) http://mydomain.com/wordpress My Site Address (URL) is http://mydomian.com My site works fine when accessed from http://mydomian.com and I have no problems to speak of, ...
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23 views

.htaccess and virtual host configuration for WP in its own directory

I've been taking a look at the modern WP development approaches using Composer and so on, for example Bedrock or WordPress-Skeleton. I'd like to adapt these approaches ad create my own WP ...
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1answer
238 views

Wordpress in sub directory wp-admin problem

I have WordPress 3.3.1 installed in a sub directory on my site just to use as a staging test site. It seems the root sites .htaccess is creating problems for Wordpress wp-admin page. I've set the ...
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140 views

Giving Wordpress it's own directory and using .htaccess Directory Index

Would this be a bad idea for any reason? - installing Wordpress in a sub-directory (ie: http:// example.com/wordpress) alongside the current website (ie: http:// example.com) that is not using ...
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Setting up a virtual subdirectory to display identical content as root directory [duplicate]

We have a standard Wordpress installation being used as a CMS. We're using standard pages with basic permalinks (e.g., /page/ or /parent/page/). We'd like to have that exact same content mapped to a ...
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116 views

How to publish new posts/pages in root instead of subfolder, but keep old structure in place?

I have a blog that was setup in example.org/blog/ many years ago, so all its files are in /blog/. Back then it seemed like a good idea, but now we want to slowly get rid of the subfolder. Of course ...
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1answer
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How do I block a subdirectory from WordPress theming?

I have a WordPress site. It works great. But I have a subdirectory on my server where I work on client websites. It's a development space and most of those sites are NOT WordPress. Sometimes (but not ...
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1answer
51 views

How can I set up a completely separate (not multisite) Wordpress installation as a subdirectory of an existing Wordpress blog?

I currently have a Wordpress multisite network running at http://www.mysite.com and rooted in /var/www/html. I need to set up a completely separate, single-site Wordpress installation accessible via ...
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124 views

WP in subdirectory : redirect loop error due to redirect_canonical

I have a fresh Wordpress install in a subdirectory: /blog/ I visit my Wordpress site like this: http://www.example.com/blog and posts like this: http://www.example.com/blog/category/postname In ...
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51 views

404 errors in links to Wordpress sub directory

I have installed wordpress in a sub-directory /wordpress and built an entire website within. I am now pushing the site live and instead of updating all images and links after moving wordpress into ...
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2answers
429 views

How to execute WordPress as though it is in the root folder while it is installed in a subdirectory?

I have a folder and file structure already in place for a site to which I am inserting WordPress. My goal is to execute WP at the root level (/) when a visitor just visits the domain without a path, ...
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2answers
106 views

subdirectory install breaking existing links

I've had this issue several times now. While building a site, including some content, I keep wordpress in a subdirectory (say, /wordpress/). When putting it live, I move/copy 3 files out of the dir ...
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3answers
260 views

Can't Access Subdirectory

I've moved my blog from http://leghumped.com/blog to http://leghumped.com/ and now I can't access my /images directory. I've tried every combination of rules from trawling for people with the same ...
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2k views

Moving a WP Multisite to a subdirectory

Firstly, I've read a number of posts on this process. However, for various reasons, the process remains difficult to implement or troubleshoot for lack of even abstracted examples, or maybe too ...
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2answers
743 views

File and directory permissions

I installed latest WordPress 3.5 in my CentOS server. When I tried accessing http://example.com/wp-includes/, I received a listing of the directory: (Index of wp-includes). I added the following code ...
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1answer
1k views

Disable directory browsing of uploads folder

I'm using Wordpress as a CMS for a simple website. I want to prevent users from being able to browse the directories such as the wp-content/uploads folder or any directories of my theme. My host does ...
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1k views

How to restrict access to wp-content, wp-includes and all sub-folders

after searching I didn't find an answer still confused of how do I hide the -> wp-content --> uploads --> themes --> plugins -> wp-includes in browser. What I want is when viewer browse some like ...
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1answer
116 views

Isolating WordPress to a subfolder

I'm trying to isolate a wordpress installation on our site to a specific subfolder. I created a folder on our root site named _wp and placed all the wordpress files in there. I added the following ...
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4answers
2k views

Permalink Issues by Installing WordPress in Subdirectory / Subfolder

I installed WP in subfolder /cms and it runs live without subfolder. When I use /%postname%/ as permalink I get 404 error on my site. My Server supported mod_rewrite. My Code wp-config.php ...
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I have a page using a pretty url and a mod_rewrite rule matching it. I expected it to give an error but it's working. Why?

this may seem like a weird question but I have something working and I don't understand how. I have moved my wordpress install to a subdirectory and am using the .htaccess file to redirect anything ...
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1answer
827 views

Change the actual (or viewable) Wordpress directory structure

I like the simplicity of wordpress and all it has to offer, but for security purposes I would like to change the actual (or viewable) directory structure of my site. The install has a set of files ...
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1answer
66 views

WP Codex answer incomplete? Put WP in subdirectory. .htaccess change required

I have installed Wordpress in a subdirectory '/medical' and want the address to show up as www.mysite.com/page not www.mysite.com/medical/page The Wordpress Codex here : ...
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Cannot access non-wordpress subdirectories as wordpress overrides them with a 404 error

I refer to this question previously asked and not suitably answered: Wordpress overriding actual subdirectories and also Non "Wordpress" pages/code getting 404 error. I have the same ...
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1answer
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Wordpress .htaccess subdirectory problem

I've been having some issues with my Wordpress install allowing me to access subdirectories, specifically a CodeIgniter install at mydomain.com/codeigniter. I know that technically it should work just ...