Support » Themes and Templates » simple question.. how to hide your theme name and CSS?

  • Resolved sarmadhassan

    (@sarmadhassan)


    is there a way to hide the theme you’ve built from the source code. The only trick I’ve been doing in couple of blogs is having a theme name related to the site name like for mydomain.com i make a theme with a name ‘mydomain’

    I there any way around so that the theme name doesnt show up in the source code at all? and all you should see is import of a style sheet like mydomain.com/style.css.. no directories in between.

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    You could try copying all the css and images to mydomain.com/css/style.css and amending header.php so that the call to the main stylesheet is hardcoded to something like:

    mydomain.com/css/style.css

    Or just re-name your theme and its folder to something obscure. But I can’t see why it’s worth the effort. Anyone with some tech skills could still find out everything they need to know about the theme/design very easily. Generally speaking, if you want to hide something, don’t put on the web.

    Thanks for the input.. It seems we cannot hide css from smart visitors at all. I’ll mark this thread as resolved now !

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