Support » Plugin: WordPress Related Posts » wp-admin/admin-ajax.php load even for guest. Why?

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  • I was able to remove this by editing the wp_related_posts.php file in the plugin’s folder.

    We include this URL because some themes need it to work (like the Pinterest inspired theme). But rest assured, this is a standard WordPress URL for which WordPress performs all the necessary authentications and protects it from various attacks.

    That’s why we included it.

    Let me know if you have any more questions, I’m here to help!

    Take care!


    Thanks Silo. Although I’ve had a few grips about the plugin. Just the frequency, response and # of support members/devs that respond to forum support post sets this plugin above almost all others.

    I’m still a bit skeptical about the external part of things. For example I have statistics off does this mean that the plugin works independently now? Or does it still communicate with your servers?

    Well, there’s less communication, but still some: the CSS code for the themes is still being loaded from somewhere else (Cloudfront), which still makes it a bit “dependent”.

    So no real way of completely turning off these communications. But the v1.2.1. should be totally independent. Have you tried it out yet?

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