There’s already a plugin called “Register IP”, but it didn’t work on MultiSite. I was originally just going to make this a MultiSite-only install, but then I thought ‘Why not just go full bore!’ Of course, I decided that AFTER I requested the name and you can’t change names. So you can laugh.
Choose one of the login page styles you want to use as your baseline. For example, let’s say you choose the ‘Ice’ style. Select the ‘Ice’ theme on the plugin settings page in Settings > Hide My Site > Select a theme for your login page. After you save changes, locate the associated php template file within the plugin subfolder called ‘templates’. In this case, it would be the ‘hmsice.php’ file. Copy and paste this file directly into your theme folder. You can now edit the file as you please, and when you update the plugin in the future, you will not lose the changes you have made to the template. Note this feature is only available to premium users.
Official TraceMyIP Visitor IP Stats Tracker. IP location tracking, IP blocking, visits statistics, GDPR compliant…
Please read the installation instructions and FAQ before installing this WordPress security plugin. iThemes Security makes significant changes to your database and other site files which can be problematic, so a backup is strongly recommended before making any changes to your site with this plugin. While problems are rare, most support requests involve the failure to make a proper backup before installation.
The comments regarding `get_bloginfo(‘url’)` are misleading. It will *not* necessarily return what is set in Settings > General. The protocol (“http” or “https”) will be determined by the value of `is_ssl()`, which detects if the current request is over SSL or not.
13 Best WordPress Plugins for Blocking Countries
With this plugin, we can quickly filter front-end and back-end visitors who want to login WordPress site and can prevent a massive modern attack on the official panel site. We can enable or disable visitors from individual countries. For instance, if your website’s content engages with a particular range of visitors, you can restrict to certain countries so that you can customize it or just with one click, block access from the countries which are characterized by hack attempts, spamming and so on.
To avoid this, you may want to run a simple array_map() on the results of get_user_meta() in order to take only the first index of each result (thus emulating what the $single argument does when $key is provided: