how to prevent the installation of wordpress or cause it to fail [closed]

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My objective is to avoid installing WordPress sites on my server.

I think one way to achieve my objective is to configure apache.

Another option is to avoid creating one of the fundamental WP folders, example “wp-content”, in this link there is information about it, but I did not understand anything.

Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?

I have added this code in apache configuration file (in my case apache2 / apache2.conf)

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
</Directory> 

Then, when you try to access http://www.test.com/wp-login.php

The following message appears on the screen: “File not found.

I would like to add a personalized message on the screen, but I have tried and I could not.

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Directory> 

How to create personalized messages?

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closed as unclear what you’re asking by G-Man, Ipor Sircer, Thomas, Archemar, RalfFriedl Nov 29 at 17:51

Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it’s currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you’re asking. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

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    Possible duplicate of Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:07

  • Did not you see that I put the link myself?
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:22

  • The guy who created this post does not want to create a folder in the root directory. I do not want a folder created anywhere on my server.
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:23

  • Are you saying you’re using Apache virtual hosting and you don’t want to allow others to use said virtual hosting for WordPress sites?
    – Emmanuel Rosa
    Nov 29 at 9:28

  • It would be much easier to block subdirectories access in apache config, than prevent creating directories.
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:28

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My objective is to avoid installing WordPress sites on my server.

I think one way to achieve my objective is to configure apache.

Another option is to avoid creating one of the fundamental WP folders, example “wp-content”, in this link there is information about it, but I did not understand anything.

Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?

I have added this code in apache configuration file (in my case apache2 / apache2.conf)

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
</Directory> 

Then, when you try to access http://www.test.com/wp-login.php

The following message appears on the screen: “File not found.

I would like to add a personalized message on the screen, but I have tried and I could not.

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Directory> 

How to create personalized messages?

share|improve this question

closed as unclear what you’re asking by G-Man, Ipor Sircer, Thomas, Archemar, RalfFriedl Nov 29 at 17:51

Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it’s currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you’re asking. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

  • 1

    Possible duplicate of Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:07

  • Did not you see that I put the link myself?
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:22

  • The guy who created this post does not want to create a folder in the root directory. I do not want a folder created anywhere on my server.
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:23

  • Are you saying you’re using Apache virtual hosting and you don’t want to allow others to use said virtual hosting for WordPress sites?
    – Emmanuel Rosa
    Nov 29 at 9:28

  • It would be much easier to block subdirectories access in apache config, than prevent creating directories.
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:28

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up vote
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My objective is to avoid installing WordPress sites on my server.

I think one way to achieve my objective is to configure apache.

Another option is to avoid creating one of the fundamental WP folders, example “wp-content”, in this link there is information about it, but I did not understand anything.

Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?

I have added this code in apache configuration file (in my case apache2 / apache2.conf)

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
</Directory> 

Then, when you try to access http://www.test.com/wp-login.php

The following message appears on the screen: “File not found.

I would like to add a personalized message on the screen, but I have tried and I could not.

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Directory> 

How to create personalized messages?

share|improve this question

My objective is to avoid installing WordPress sites on my server.

I think one way to achieve my objective is to configure apache.

Another option is to avoid creating one of the fundamental WP folders, example “wp-content”, in this link there is information about it, but I did not understand anything.

Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?

I have added this code in apache configuration file (in my case apache2 / apache2.conf)

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
</Directory> 

Then, when you try to access http://www.test.com/wp-login.php

The following message appears on the screen: “File not found.

I would like to add a personalized message on the screen, but I have tried and I could not.

#Añadido para evitar la instalación de WP en el SV.
<Files wp-login.php> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Files> 
<Directory  wp-admin/> 
deny from all 
ErrorDocument 500 "Sorry, our script crashed. Oh dear" 
</Directory> 

How to create personalized messages?

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edited Nov 29 at 14:40

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closed as unclear what you’re asking by G-Man, Ipor Sircer, Thomas, Archemar, RalfFriedl Nov 29 at 17:51

Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it’s currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you’re asking. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

closed as unclear what you’re asking by G-Man, Ipor Sircer, Thomas, Archemar, RalfFriedl Nov 29 at 17:51

Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it’s currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you’re asking. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

  • 1

    Possible duplicate of Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:07

  • Did not you see that I put the link myself?
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:22

  • The guy who created this post does not want to create a folder in the root directory. I do not want a folder created anywhere on my server.
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:23

  • Are you saying you’re using Apache virtual hosting and you don’t want to allow others to use said virtual hosting for WordPress sites?
    – Emmanuel Rosa
    Nov 29 at 9:28

  • It would be much easier to block subdirectories access in apache config, than prevent creating directories.
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:28

  • 1

    Possible duplicate of Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:07

  • Did not you see that I put the link myself?
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:22

  • The guy who created this post does not want to create a folder in the root directory. I do not want a folder created anywhere on my server.
    – Carlos
    Nov 29 at 9:23

  • Are you saying you’re using Apache virtual hosting and you don’t want to allow others to use said virtual hosting for WordPress sites?
    – Emmanuel Rosa
    Nov 29 at 9:28

  • It would be much easier to block subdirectories access in apache config, than prevent creating directories.
    – Ipor Sircer
    Nov 29 at 9:28

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Possible duplicate of Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?
– Ipor Sircer
Nov 29 at 9:07

Possible duplicate of Can I prevent a folder of a certain name being created?
– Ipor Sircer
Nov 29 at 9:07

Did not you see that I put the link myself?
– Carlos
Nov 29 at 9:22

Did not you see that I put the link myself?
– Carlos
Nov 29 at 9:22

The guy who created this post does not want to create a folder in the root directory. I do not want a folder created anywhere on my server.
– Carlos
Nov 29 at 9:23

The guy who created this post does not want to create a folder in the root directory. I do not want a folder created anywhere on my server.
– Carlos
Nov 29 at 9:23

Are you saying you’re using Apache virtual hosting and you don’t want to allow others to use said virtual hosting for WordPress sites?
– Emmanuel Rosa
Nov 29 at 9:28

Are you saying you’re using Apache virtual hosting and you don’t want to allow others to use said virtual hosting for WordPress sites?
– Emmanuel Rosa
Nov 29 at 9:28

It would be much easier to block subdirectories access in apache config, than prevent creating directories.
– Ipor Sircer
Nov 29 at 9:28

It would be much easier to block subdirectories access in apache config, than prevent creating directories.
– Ipor Sircer
Nov 29 at 9:28

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