What Code Can I Erase to Make My WordPress Website Not Display but Keep It On the Hosting?

You have a brand-new WordPress website. You made all the necessary changes to make it live, optimized, and beautiful. You worked hard to make it stand out among the thousands of other blogs out there. You even bought all the right plugins and tools to make it work the way you want it to.

The only problem is that you don’t want to look at it. You want to hide it because it makes you feel sick.

What has happened? You are unable to log in to your WordPress site as usual because it requires too much work to hack the passwords and security settings to allow you to log in. You looked at other blogs around you to see if there was a “quick and easy” way to make your site private. You didn’t find anything and started wondering why no one seems to have a simple solution to this problem.

You want your site to be viewable by only those you want to see it. There should be no reason why anyone would need to know about your blog. You don’t want anyone to discover your dirty secrets and you don’t want them to tell others about it. Therefore, you want to remove all the code that might lead someone to think that this is indeed a WordPress blog (themes, plugins, and such).

Even if you are the only person who sees your blog, you don’t want it to seem like a WordPress blog. You want it to look clean and innocent, like any other non-WordPress website. You don’t want to give the appearance that it is somehow associated with WordPress because that could cause problems (for example, with your employer or with the law).

Here is where it gets complicated. You don’t want to remove all the code that makes your site work. You want to remove only the code that makes it look like a WordPress site. There should be no reason to suspect that this is a WordPress site (other than the fact that it is running on WordPress).

You need to find a way to remove all the WordPress-related code from your site, and you need to do it without causing any errors or getting any warnings from WordPress or your web host (where you installed WordPress).

You need to figure out what code you can delete to make your site look like it never used WordPress. What you want to keep is pretty simple — the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript that makes up your site’s design. When people visit your site, they should not be able to tell that this is a WordPress site (at least not without some sort of visual indicator).

There are a few things you should avoid while trying to remove all the WordPress-related code from your site. You should avoid adding new images or videos to the post. You should avoid editing the theme’s or plugin’s code. You should avoid changing the URL structure, and you should avoid completely removing any themes or plugins. Last but not least, you should avoid changing the name of your site (or updating your robots.txt file).

Create a New Directory in Your Websites’ Folder to Hides Your WordPress Blog

The first thing you should do is create a new directory in your web servers’ folder. The directory you create should have the same name as your WordPress blog (with the exception of the period). For example, if your blog’s name is “blog.example.com”, the directory you create should be named “blog.example.com”.

When you create this new directory, make sure that you hide it from the users and search engines using.htaccess (hidden files) because you do not want anyone to accidentally stumble upon it.

This is especially important if you are trying to keep your WordPress blog a secret. When people find out that your site is built on WordPress, they can figure out how to access the source code and see all the articles (unless of course, you have removed all the theme and plugin files). This could potentially cause problems for you or your blog. If you do get discovered, you can decide whether or not you want to keep the blog public or private.

Once you have created this new directory, open up a text editor and type the following:

Header /

body {display:none;}


Save the file and close it. You now have a fully responsive WordPress theme that does not use any of the WordPress standard components. However, you can use the directory you created to store other kinds of files.

Find & Replace All the WordPress-Related Code in Your HTML, CSS, and JS Files With Nothing

Find and replace all instances of wordpress with none in your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files. You do not have to be precise with this step because there is no way for someone to tell that these are in fact WordPress files just by glancing at them.

Make sure that you do this for all your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files (this includes the files that are located in the theme directory as well as the ones that are stored in your personal website’s folder).

Even better, you can create a simple text file and store the regular expression that you will use for this task in it. Then, you can simply paste this regular expression in the text file whenever you need to find and replace all the instances of wordpress with none.

Use a Free DNS Service to Point Your Domain Name to Your New Website’ IP Address

There is no reason why you should give your website a “domain name”. What is a domain name? It is the address of your website. For example, if you create a website about technology, yourdomain.com, is the address of your website. If you want to go for a walk, you can say goodbye to your domain name and simply type in the IP address of your server (example.com) when you visit a website.

You can point your domain name to your new website by using a free domain name registrar. With this step, you can tell Google that your domain name is now associated with your new website’s IP address. This will make it easier for people to find your new site when they look it up online. It also means that when someone visits your domain name, they will be redirected to your new website.

Some free domain name registrars require you to verify your email address. You can do this by going to the email you registered with and clicking the activation link. You will be presented with a confirmation email from the domain name registrar. Simply follow the instructions in the email to verify your email address and get your domain name verified.

After you have done all that, you can simply go to your favorite search engine and search for the domain name you registered. When you find it, click on the link to go to your new website. You will be able to log in to your new website using the same email address and password you used to create a WordPress account.

If you want to keep your new website a secret, you can use the security question technique described below to make it easier to login without providing the usual answers to the security questions.

Use a Free Password Manager to Keep Track of All the Passwords for Your Website

If you use the same password for your email account, social media accounts, login details for websites, and whatnot, you will inevitably end up with a massive list of plain text passwords that you need to remember. It’s easy for someone to hack your password list if it’s not protected. It’s also difficult to keep track of all the passwords you’ve created over the years. This is why you should use a password manager.

A password manager stores your passwords in a secure place. It can generate random passwords for you. It also allows you to save frequently used passwords so you do not have to input them every time you log in to a website. A good password manager will also send you an email if it detects that your password has been used on a different site (to make sure you do not reuse it).

You can create a new account on one of the many password managers available online. You should use a password manager with a strong encryption algorithm (AES, RC4, or Chacha20+poly1305).