Deletes http authentication for a site.
Default: removes http authentication from site. If
--user is passed it removes that specific user.
: Name of website /
global for global scope.
: Username that needs to be deleted.
: IP to remove. Default removes all.
# 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=184.108.40.206,220.127.116.11 # Remove all whitelisted IPs on site $ ee auth delete example.com --ip # Remove whitelisted IPs on all sites $ ee auth delete global --ip=18.104.22.168
||Absolute path to where all sites will be stored.|
||Locale for WordPress.|
||Mail-id to be used for letsencrypt.|
||Default Mail-id to be used for WordPress site installation.|
||Whether to add sysctl config in docker-compose.|
||Whether to colorize the output.|
||Show all PHP errors; add verbosity to EE bootstrap.|
||Suppress informational messages.|
|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.