The most comprehensive plugin for controlling access to the WordPress REST API!
Works as a “set it and forget it” install. Just upload and activate, and the entire REST API will be inaccessible to
your site visitors. Or if you have a plugin or theme installed which needs some of its endpoints to be accessible to
site visitors, you can do that too. Go to the Settings page and you can quickly whitelist individual endpoints – or
entire branches of endpoints – registered with the REST API.
The engine for the API has existed in WordPress since v4.4 and additional functionality and endpoints are a
continual project. While this is very exciting news for many reasons, it is also not functionality that every site
admin wants enabled on their website if not necessary.
As of WordPress 4.7, the filters provided for disabling the REST API were removed. To compensate, this plugin will
forcibly return an authentication error to any API requests from sources who are not logged into your website, which
will effectively still prevent unauthorized requests from using the REST API to get information from your website.
For WordPress versions 4.4, 4.5 and 4.6, this plugin makes use of the
rest_enabled filter provided by the API to
disable the API functionality. However, it is strongly recommended that all site owners run the most recent version
of WordPress except where absolutely necessary.
disable-json-apidirectory to the
/wp-content/plugins/directory via FTP
disable-json-api_v#.#.zipfile to the ‘Plugins->Add New’ page in your WordPress admin
While logged into WordPress as any user, the REST API will function as intended. Because of this, you must use a new
browser – or Chrome’s incognito mode – to test your website with a clean session. Go to yourdomain.com/wp-json/ (or
yourdomain.com/?rest_route=/ if you have pretty permalinks disabled) while NOT LOGGED IN to test the results. You will
see an authentication error returned if the plugin is active. “DRA: Only authenticated users can access the REST API.”
This plugin is ONLY meant to disable endpoints accessible via the default REST API that is part of WordPress itself. If
a plugin or theme chooses to register its namespace with the core REST API, its endpoints will – by default – by
disabled so long as this plugin is active. Namespaces and routes may be whitelisted via this plugin’s Settings page.
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