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  1. Yeah, it is my customer that is requiring that we limit the site to only be accessible by people coming from their site, and this is the only way I know of doing that. So seems that it is what it is. Thanks again, all! David
  2. Andy- Thanks again! It was the fact that I was missing my own URL that was keeping it from working. I left the referer = "blank" out because I don't want people to be able to type in the URL, they have to come from the site on the list. Thanks again!!! David
  3. So I have been trying different variables of the above for a couple days not with no luck. I can get the page to redirect to the "not_allowed_here", but everything goes there, even the request from the referer I want. Here's what I am using, but is not working... >RewriteEngine on RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^http://www\.yahoo\.com/ [NC] RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^http://www\.google\.com/ [NC] RewriteRule ^.*$ http://www.totalchoicehosting.com [R=301,L] The site I am trying to get to is www.vzbmarketcenter.com. Based on what I have above, I would think that anything coming from yahoo.com, www.yahoo.com, google.com or www.google.com would be able to get through, but anything else would go to www.totalchoicehosting.com. I also tried getting rid of the "\"'s, but got the same results. Sorry, I am not up on the syntax of this, which is probably my problem. Any thoughts? Thanks again!!! David
  4. Thanks, Andy! I'll give that a try this evening after I take the little one out for some trick-or-treating. That way I'll be good an hopped up on sugar when I try it out!
  5. Good afternoon- I have browsed the forums as well as the web looking for an answer to this question. Hope someone out there can help. I need to create a .htaccess file that will only allow the files in the folder to be seen if the "referer" is from a particular site (or possibly two sites). I have found a lot of solutions out there for people who want to block specific sites, but I can't seem to figure out how to only allow specific sites. I have done some trial and error based on some of the things I have found, but with no luck. Any ideas? Thanks in advance! David
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