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Figure 11-12. Changing the WordPress address without changing the blog address
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Once you ve saved these options, you ll be logged out. You ll have to log back in at the new location (http://example.com/blog/wp-admin/).
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You can move your wp-content folder elsewhere if you like or rename it to something else. However, there are a number of constants related to the wp-content and plugins directories. To make sure your plugins continue working correctly, you should define all of these constants in your wp-config.php file. Add the constant definitions anywhere in the configuration file, as shown in Listing 11-4. Listing 11-4. Renaming /wp-content to /files define('WP_CONTENT_DIR', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/files'); define('WP_CONTENT_URL', 'http://example.com/files'); define('WP_PLUGIN_DIR', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/files/plugins'); define('WP_PLUGIN_URL', 'http://example.com/files/plugins'); define('PLUGINDIR', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/files/plugins'); Once you ve made these changes, you also need to change the location of your uploads directory. You might recall seeing this setting in 3. Go to Settings Media and change the paths as shown in Figure 11-13.
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Figure 11-13. Changing the upload paths in Settings Media
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For the most part, you have to rely on your host to keep your database secure. Of course, you need to protect your database username and password (and choose a good password). There are at least two additional things you can do to help protect your database: change the table prefix and back up the database regularly.
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Since the default table prefix is well known, changing it is also a good step toward protecting your site from basic SQL injection attacks. If you installed WordPress with your host s one-click installer (like Fantastico), you might not have had a choice about the prefix; otherwise, the prefix is an option you chose when you filled in your database username and password (Figure 2-5). Changing it after the fact requires you to modify the MySQL tables directly. How to accomplish this depends on what sort of database access your host allows you. I ll demonstrate using PHPMyAdmin, the most popular interface. If you don t have easy access to your database, you can try changing the prefix with the WP Security Scan plugin. For each table in the database, click either the Browse or Structure icon, then choose Operations from the row of tabs across the top of the screen. You ll see a screen like Figure 11-14. In the Table Options group, you ll see a field where you can rename the table. Replace wp with your new prefix and press the Go button.
Figure 11-14. Renaming a database table Once you ve changed the tables, you ll need to update wp-config.php to reflect the change. The relevant portion of the configuration file is shown in Listing 11-5.
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Listing 11-5. The database prefix option in wp-config.php /** * WordPress Database Table prefix. * * You can have multiple installations in one database if you give each a unique * prefix. Only numbers, letters, and underscores please! */ $table_prefix = 'mysite_'; Changing the table prefix will not protect you from a determined hacker; it s basically security through obscurity. It will stop some SQL injection scripts that rely on the ubiquity of standard WordPress installations. Making yours just a little bit different from everyone else s helps. However, you should be prepared to restore your database from a clean backup if something does go wrong.
Backing Up the Database and Files
Keeping regular backups of your database is essential if you want to be able to restore your site after something has gone wrong. Your hosting provider might do this for you, but it s still a good idea to keep your own copies in case something catastrophic happens. There are several plugins you can use to back up your database right from the WordPress administration screens. My favorite is WP-DB-Backup. Once you ve installed it, you ll find a new Backup item under the Tools menu. On the plugin s screen, you ll see checkboxes for each of the tables in your WordPress database. A standard installation will look like Figure 11-15. If your plugins have added tables of their own, those will be shown in the column on the right, and you can choose which ones you want to include in the backup. If you have several installations of WordPress sharing a single database with different table prefixes, the tables with the other prefixes will also appear on the right. To make a backup, simply check the tables you want to include, decide whether to include spam comments and post revisions, and choose your destination. If you save the backup to the server, a gzipped SQL file will be saved to the directory shown (a subdirectory of wp-content).
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