I like to use a new plugin (Booking Calendar) on our website, and I use a different admin url for a better security.
Using the Booking Calandar in the frontend, results in confirmation email that contains a moderatelink for a backend user to confirm or deni the booking.
My problem is that this moderatelink is using the default wp-admin and that results in a 'blocked website'.
This remark was send by the developper of Booking Calendar: " So it depends on the plugin " Admintools", does this plugin add some hooks to override this WordPress function admin_url( 'admin.php' ) and provide the correct link to the WordPress admin panel."
Can you help me to solve this problem?