When your readers follow links from your blog, the linked site can see where they come from. Thus; your blog is known by every site you’ve ever linked to.
WP-HideRefer adds proxies to your outgoing links, keeping your site private!
There are many plugins to anonymize links. What makes WP-HideRefer better is:
- it’s 100% WordPress API compliant
- therefore; supports infinite-scroll (AJAX / streaming)
- it correctly filters your feeds and comments
- it can handle your manually anonymized links!
(Please note that WP-HideRefer requires PHP 5 or newer.)
Copyright (C) 2012-2019 Ulf Benjaminsson (hello at my full name dot com)
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- Extract the
wp-hiderefer-folder and transfer it to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to Settings->WP-HideRefer to adjust settings.
- What’s the White List for?
Once the plugin is activated it redirects all links via a proxy, except for the URLs you enter in this list.
If you used to manually add proxies to your links, add those proxies to the White List to avoid double-proxying. You should also white list your own domain.
- What anonymizing services are supported?
You can use any service which runs of URL parameters.
Contributors & Developers
“WP-HideRefer” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Tested for WordPress 5.x and PHP 7.x
Don’t display warnings to end user when HTML is poorly formated.
Handle relative links correctly (ergo; don’t proxy internal links)