I haven’t found a post about this, so I’m making this one.
I use MainWP and connect my wordpress pages via child to manage it.
I find it strange that no password is needed when adding and only the username.
How can I make sure that the connection is secure and that another MainWP instance doesn’t steal my page afterwards?
Connecting to a child site is only possible between the moment the child plugin was activated and the connection is made from the dashboard. That’s why there’s a big warning after you activate the child plugin.
You can compare this to the Easy Connect function of a WiFi router.
Thank You Jos.
Great, after the connection ist made it is not possible anymore to reconnect to a other MainWP?
And that is secure enough for business?
Here is a couple of Knowledge Base articles that go more in depth for you:
Thank you Dennis! I will read it.
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