I just installed bulletproof security on my blog (in addition to Better WP Security) and it seems to be a very nice plugin.
But would it be possible to change it or at least add an option to let BPS add to the .htaccess file rather than completely replacing it ?
Right now there is no “interaction” between the data being added by other plugins and the settings in BPS.
In other words, if some other plugin updates its rules in .htaccess, those changes are not reflected in BPS.
E.g. Each time I want to change one setting in Better WP Security after I activated BPS I’ll have to manually look for that change in .htaccess and update/activate the BPS master file accordingly
Most if not all other plugins add/update their own section to the .htaccess file so that they don’t interfere with other plugins accessing that same file.
E.g. Better WP Security adds its rules between “# BEGIN Better WP Security” and “# END Better WP Security”.
So I repeat my question: Would it be possible to add an option to BPS to put all its rules between custom tags, e.g. “# BEGIN BulletProof Security” and “# END BulletProof Security” and only update everything between those tags upon activation ?
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