The General Settings provides options for defining site wide settings in various areas.
In your WordPress Administration interface, navigate to Page Generator Pro > Settings
Whilst there is no evidence that search engines penalize sites that use a particular Plugin, mass page generator etc, some users prefer to hide that they are using Page Generator Pro.
The CSS Prefix option allows users to optionally define a unique string prefix to use for shortcode HTML and CSS output, instead of the default page-generator-pro prefix.
- Defining your own prefix, such as your site name, will replace the default page-generator-pro prefix on frontend shortcode HTML and CSS output.
- It does not change the plugin name.
- The prefix supports letters and dashes only. Any other characters entered will be removed.
Using an example prefix of my-site-name, we can see that the CSS and HTML output no longer contains any reference to Page Generator Pro: