Support » Plugin: Humans TXT » Now works with server-root

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Yes, the official humans.txt website states that the file has to be located “In the site root.”.

    What about sub-dir WordPress installations containing an *.htaccess file in the server root?

    “Google XML Sitemaps” does not have a problem with sub-dir installations.

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Yes, because sitemaps can be located anywhere, however the “official” humans.txt standard is that the file needs to be in the root of the domain. You can define the constant HUMANSTXT_IS_ROOTINSTALL as true, if you wish to bypass that warning message.

    @steven – You could just write a cron to copy the file from the subdirectory to the root folder.

    Yeah, I guess, but it should be more the responsibility of the plugin developer to make his plugin bulletproof, or foolproof, whatever.

    Would be it a terrible idea to give us the option to place the file elsewhere, however with a bold warning telling us that it must be in the server root to function correctly?

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    I just released v1.2.3, which works on sub-directory as well. Cheers!

    Awesome! Thanks!!

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