Support » Plugin: AceIDE » CSS conflicts with WP Hide Security Enhance

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  • Plugin Author shanept

    (@shanept)

    Hi Philip,

    With a default install of the specified plugin, I can’t see any immediate issues – definitely no issues with the file browser.

    Have you noticed any specific settings that may break the functionality?

    Kind Regards,
    Shane Thompson

    Thx Shane, that is correct, a default install does nothing until you change paths, i.e. /wp-content to /my-content for example, /plugins to /exts, etc. Once the paths have changed and opening up ACE, clicking on the “real” folder such as /plugins just endless spinner and nothing shows in wp_debug.

    Additionally some css…mainly font-family places cursor several spaces away from where one is editing making it difficult to type/edit.

    WP Hide and Security plugin claims that the file structure is left alone and only uses htaccess rewrites in a way that other plugins using proper wp handles should also work.

    I’ve tried plugins like this in the past and they always broke something. I thought I’d give this one a try and I was pretty impressed, especially when inspecting the underlying front end code. Would be cool if Ace worked with it as well.

    I’m not a big “security by obscurity” guy but if I can make some basic structural changes and the hits to wp-login.php are reduced, I’ll take it.

    Plugin Author shanept

    (@shanept)

    Ahh I see…
    I’ll definitely have a look into those paths. However the CSS is not something I think I’ll be able to do anything about unfortunately, the other plugin author may have to simply target the page better if he can. I’ll have a look either way, however I can’t see anything changing there on my part.

    Thanks again for your constant support!
    Shane

    Thx totally understand and thanks for looking into if the paths issue can be resolved. If anyone needs it, I posted some very crude “forceful” css fixes in the linked thread up above in my original post =)

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