In my WordPress admin I saw that Sergej Müller and Alex Frison had written an article about protecting WordPress admin area in which they linked to my htpasswd generator. I have only skimmed through the article, but they give some good suggestions on how to protect your WordPress admin from unwanted intruders such as hackers. My own simple approach is to only allow known IPs to access the wp-admin directory. Here is how I do it with .htaccess:

Order Deny,Allow
Deny from all
allow from

Just change “” to your IP. You can find your IP on my browser check page, just look for “Remote Address”.  You can ofcourse add another “allow line” to above code, if you want to use the WordPress admin from multiple computers.

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I just moved the entire site to a WordPress platform. Hope you like the new design, its basicly just a standard WordPress theme that I modified a bit to fit my needs.

And dont worry, there’s no need for updating your bookmarks. No URLs have been changed.

Htaccess Articles

I have added a new section entitled Htaccess Articles. Here you can find various howtos and solutions to common htaccess problems. Most of the articles have just been moved from the Htaccess Forum, but I have also written a new article on how to detect and redirect iPhone users. Enjoy 🙂

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