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Tutorial: Prevent Hotlinking With htaccess
One of the most irritating things to find, is someone linking to your images, and running up your bandwidth. You go through your web statistics and find a website that has not only stolen your images, but in fact simply linked right to them, on your server. You can prevent this with htaccess.
The problem with this is not just the theft of your images, but it runs up your bandwidth as well. This is known as “Leeching”.
Here is an easy tutorial to prevent hotlinking with htaccess.
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