Hide the name of the theme in the source code of the web site

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  • #2844

    Claire
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    @babadj

    Hello !

    I would like to know how can I hide the name of the theme in the source code of the web site?
    I don’t want to prevent the right click on the web site, only to hide it in the code without creating a crash on it 🙂

    A lot of web site are using design in their source code to replace it like the screenshot attached !

    Thanks in advance for your answers !

    Claire

    #2888

    themosaurus
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    @themosaurus

    Hi @babadj,

    For our good understanding, what are you trying to achieve by disabling the right click and hiding the HTML code from your website?

    Thank you for you reply.

    #2895

    Claire
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    @babadj
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    #2973

    themosaurus
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    @themosaurus

    Hi @babadj,

    Unfortunately, there is no best way to hide these information from your web pages. Several plugins exists to hide WordPress information on your website:

    WP Hide & Security Enhancer

    Hide My WP – WordPress Security Plugin


    https://codecanyon.net/item/hide-my-wp-amazing-security-plugin-for-wordpress/4177158

    These plugins should let you change the displayed name for your theme or hide it completely.

    However, please bear in mind that these type of change might have a deeper effect on the way your website is running. For instance, new theme paths might lead to broken script or stylesheet URLs, or might even prevent you from updating your theme in the future. And in that case, we won’t be able to help you with these issues.

    It seems best to finish the setup of your website, create a backup and then toy a bit with these plugins to see if they answer your concern.

    Regards,

    #3008

    Claire
    Participant
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    @babadj

    This is great, I try both but the best is the first plugin 😉

    Thanks a lot for your help !

    #3083

    themosaurus
    Keymaster
    • 1225 Posts
    @themosaurus

    You’re welcome. 🙂

    Best regards,

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