ee auth delete

Deletes http authentication for a site. Default: removes http authentication from site. If --user is passed it removes that specific user.

OPTIONS

[<site-name>]
: Name of website / global for global scope.

[--user=<user>]
: Username that needs to be deleted.

[--ip]
: IP to remove. Default removes all.

EXAMPLES

# Remove auth on site and its admin tools with default username(easyengine)
$ ee auth delete example.com

# Remove auth on site and its admin tools with custom username
$ ee auth delete example.com --user=example

# Remove global auth on all sites (but not admin tools) with default username(easyengine)
$ ee auth delete global

# Remove specific whitelisted IPs on site
$ ee auth delete example.com --ip=1.1.1.1,8.8.8.8

# Remove all whitelisted IPs on site
$ ee auth delete example.com --ip

# Remove whitelisted IPs on all sites
$ ee auth delete global --ip=1.1.1.1

GLOBAL PARAMETERS

Argument Description
--sites_path=<path> Absolute path to where all sites will be stored.
--locale=<locale> Locale for WordPress.
--le-mail=<le-mail> Mail-id to be used for letsencrypt.
--[no-]color Whether to colorize the output.
--debug[=<group>] Show all PHP errors; add verbosity to EE bootstrap.
--quiet Suppress informational messages.

SUBCOMMANDS

NameDescription
ee auth create

Creates http authentication for a site.

ee auth list

Lists http authentication users of a site.

ee auth update

Updates http authentication password for a site.