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

  • Resolved 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:


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

    / [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] /


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  • Plugin Support MaximeWPS



    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


    Hello @seinomedia,

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

    Can still be cached?

    I had few occasions where did help.

    Thanks for quick response.

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