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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

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    You may already have an .htaccess file. Are you using custom permalinks?

    klschmitt

    (@klschmidt)

    I’m sorry I’m not sure what that is?

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    What is the address of your site?

    klschmitt

    (@klschmidt)

    Just looked it up and yes we use permalinks. Some were created when the page was created and I create them when I’m designing new stories for the community page for example

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    What is the address of your site?

    klschmitt

    (@klschmidt)

    klschmitt

    (@klschmidt)

    I guess what I’m trying to do is create a log-in page to get to the admin sign in page for our wordpress site. I’m looking for a step by step process on how to create a log in that will pop up with a username and password before I get to the sign in page for my WordPress site? This is all due to ‘brute force’ Please make sure it is easy steps since I am not a code expert and did not create the page but am now the admin of the page.
    Please help!

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    See Brute Force Attacks.

    EDIT: Link fixed.

    Dewcal

    (@dewcal)

    Is it my system or should there be a link to “Brute Force Attacks” above?

    TIA
    Dave

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