By default WordOps installs wp-config.php one directory level above the Wordpress installation directory. Can I move wp-config.php to the WP install directory or will this break things with WordOps?
you can , no it wont break wordops
Having wp-config.php file a level above Wordpress install directory is a great security protection of your sensitive data like db password, so why would you want to move it into WP install directory? Is this a special requirement of your site?
IMO, it's not a security risk as 99% of WordPress sites do this. The code is locked down so you can't access it directly. It becomes more preference than any sort of security risk.
jond1 I agree with you that's more a preference than anything.
And my preference is to keep it out of webroot. 🤣
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