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  • Plugin Author Artem

    (@webtemyk)

    Hello.

    Most likely this link is sewn in your theme. You can find it by searching through the theme files.

    Thanks so much for the tip! I will check it out.

    I also found this article:
    https://orbitingweb.com/blog/remove-unnecessary-tags-wp-head/
    Remove These 10 Unnecessary Tags From WordPress Header… Do you think this might be relevant?

    Thanks again and stay healthy!

    Plugin Author Artem

    (@webtemyk)

    This option https://imgur.com/qFtgOkj deletes this link.

    Thanks!! I will check it out.

    Thanks again Artem for your help!

    Rather than add another plugin – I eliminated the code from the Header PHP (on one of my testing sites):

    <link rel=”profile” href=”http://gmpg.org/xfn/11%3Clink%20rel=” pingback”>

    I do not see any difference on the front end. Can you think of any reason why I should not delete this from the Header PHP? Will it have any impact on WP updates? Can it be this simple?

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author Artem

    (@webtemyk)

    This does not affect updates in any way.

    Beautiful! Thank you!!

    We have a similar issue with: XML-RPC.php hyperlink. (xmlrpc.php).
    This shows as “hidden” broken link(s) on all pages.

    Wondering if we need it? I believe it’s in the htaccess folder and how to delete…

    We found this code to hide/block it but it did not seem to work:

    # Block WordPress xmlrpc.php requests
    <Files xmlrpc.php>
    order deny,allow
    deny from all
    </Files>

    Not sure if I should start a new topic but you have been very helpful so I thought I’ad ask you.

    Please let me know if you have any thoughts. Thanks again.

    Plugin Author Artem

    (@webtemyk)

    You can read more about xmlrpc.php in Google search. You probably won’t need this technology, so you can leave it disabled.

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