Just installed BPS to a new website and the error message is ‘NO .htaccess file was found in your /wp-admin folder’
I guess I have to manually generate a .htaccess in wp-admin folder where I had followed the first 2 steps on this link http://www.ait-pro.com/aitpro-blog/1166/bulletproof-security-plugin-support/bulletproof-security-plugin-guide-bps-version-45/#root-or-subfolder-wordpress-installation. However, I met a hurdle in understanding this ‘…Now go to the BulletProof Security File Editor and click on the Your Current Root htaccess File menu tab and you will see the new .htaccess code that WordPress has written to Your Current Root htaccess File. You can then just copy and paste that WordPress .htaccess code to the secure.htaccess master file using the File Editor and click the Update File button to save your editing changes. You can now activate BulletProof Security Mode.’
My query is the newly created .htaccess coding in ‘Your Current Root htaccess File’ is short, while the .htaccess coding in ‘secure.htaccess master file’ is long. Does it mean that I should replace the long codes with the short codes and that’s it?
Thank you! ☺
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