[wp-hackers] wp-admin folder and admin-ajax.php

Kris Young KrisY at tbs.uk.com
Tue Aug 10 09:19:01 UTC 2010

Agreed with Gavin. The ticket (and its 'resolution') actually doesn't
help at all.

Any alternatives?

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On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Lox <lox.dev at knc.nc> wrote:

> 2010/8/10 Andrew Nacin <wp at andrewnacin.com>:
> > Aside from the reasons highlighted in the post, I've additionally
> > cross-referenced the dev chat from March 25
> > http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/12400#comment:29
> I wonder why the front-end ajax was added and then removed:
> nacin - 5 months ago
>    * status changed from reopened to closed
>    * resolution set to fixed
> (In [13828]) Remove wp-ajax.php. admin-ajax.php can be used (and is
> better for) for front-end/nopriv AJAX requests. fixes #12400

Your answer can be found in the ticket and dev chat that's already been
linked to.
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