ClassicPress Plugin Development: Add an index.php to Every Folder

ClassicPress PluginsThis post is part of the ClassicPress Plugin Development series in which I am going to look at both best practice for developing plugins and how I approach some requirements as well as some of the functions I commonly use.

Putting an index.php in every folder is technically required and websites should be configured to disallow directory browsing anyway, but as plugins will e used by many different people, I would generally call putting one into every folder best practice as your plugin could be installed on a website which is allowing directory browsing and this will stop people seeing a list of the files.

Classicpress itself uses an index.php file to stop directory browsing:

// Silence is golden.

There is no requirement for the file to include any code or text, but in all of my plugins I use a file similar to the above in every folder.

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