If you really want to do something good and want to support ClassicPress then always DOFOLLOW. It has been established for years that “link stinginess” has been developed in order to egomaniacally bind the search engines to one’s own site. However, the bottom line is that both you and ClassicPress can benefit in terms of SEO if you allow the search engines to follow this link, it may even bring you more “trust”. Lesson 2: Never listen to the youtube gossips
If you like extreme security, you never reveal which software you use and also use special tools to disguise the reading of the CMS used. The CP toolkit, for example, can do that.
Put a pop-up login (separate username and password) over the new page location.
By doing this, you keep the from running cracking programs against your main login page. I had to do this because so many were running against my site it was getting Database Connection Errors (white page) instead of loading my site.
I don’t know if there is a plugin for that. And if there is, it may or may not continue to support Classic Press.
Thanks for your kind reply, even though I was off-topic. I’m going to study this link you sent. I’m rather a low-brow user, but maybe I can work through it. Right now my main problem is comment spam, but I like this admin page protection.