How To Disable Execution of PHP Files in Specific WordPress Directory
To improve your WordPress security, you need to disable the execution of PHP files. In this article, we will learn how to disable PHP file execution using .htaccess.
First, create a .htaccess file. Write this 4 lines of code to your .htaccess file to disable PHP execution. Then upload this file to three directories of your WordPress site.
You can use File Manager or FTP to upload the .htaccess file.
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<Files *.php> Order allow,deny Deny from all </Files>
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Bold & Italic
Bold **double asterisks**
Three back ticks and then enter your code blocks here.
# This is a Heading 1
## This is a Heading 2
### This is a Heading 3
> type a greater than sign and start typing your quote.
You can add links by adding text inside of  and the link inside of (), like so:
To add a numbered list you can simply start with a number and a ., like so:
1. The first item in my list
For an unordered list, you can add a dash -, like so:
- The start of my list
You can add images by selecting the image icon, which will upload and add an image to the editor, or you can manually add the image by adding an exclamation !, followed by the alt text inside of , and the image URL inside of (), like so:
To add a divider you can add three dashes or three asterisks:
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