Support » Plugin: WPS Hide Login » Adding query string on redirected login page

  • Resolved logotronic

    (@logotronic)


    Thanks for this magnificent plugin.

    1) How about adding query string after custom login URL?

    That should prevent caching of custom login URL on most cache systems.

    In example:

    /login/?nocache=true
    /login/?x=true

    In example, if you make yet another field after custom login URL

    like:
    / [login URL] / [?query-args]

    or even have query character (?) hard coded after second slash?
    / [login URL] /? [query-args]

    2) How about to allow slash(es) inside custom login URL in order to move login into already cache-free sub-folder?

    In example:

    / [wp-admin/mylogin] / or
    / [wp-admin/hidden/mylogin] /

    Regards

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  • Plugin Support MaximeWPS

    (@seinomedia)

    Hello,

    Thanks for using WPS Hide Login.

    wp-admin/ and wp-login.php pages aren’t cached by default on WordPress. If they are cached, that’s because of a third party setting (CDN, Cloudflare, cache plugin) which must be deactivated.

    So, there’s no need to add this option and no need to move login into a subdirectory.

    Thread Starter logotronic

    (@logotronic)

    Hello @seinomedia,

    That is clear, but I’m talking only about new login URI.

    Can https://example.com/login/ still be cached?

    I had few occasions where https://example.com/login/? did help.

    Thanks for quick response.

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