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Re: rockscallop hot links got too hot

Subject: Re: rockscallop hot links got too hot
From: "hartogj" hartogj
Date: Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:51 am ((PST))
Well, just a update FYI , the hot link protection didn't really do much, and 
all the links to my site from this forum should still work as they did before. 
In order to allow Mac computers using Quicktime to play any recordings from my 
website it was necessary to select "allow direct requests" in the settings - 
which pretty much defeated the original purpose. Was worth a try though

John Hartog

--- In  "hartogj" <> wrote:
> Hi Group,
> I enabled hot link protection for the audio and photo files on my website. 
> That means the direct links to my mp3 files I have posted to this group over 
> the years may no longer work.  I have not removed any content from my site, 
> and my html pages will remain unaffected.
> I will gladly provide alternative access for any links I have posted to this 
> group: just email me with a copy of the link location. 
> Sorry for the inconvenience.
> John Hartog

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