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[edited by: incrediBILL at 7:01 am (utc) on Jan 13, 2013]
[edit reason] fixed URLS, use Example.com [/edit]
It's what I'd do if I was on shared hosting. If you start now, you could be live and fixed somewhere by tomorrow rather than still figuring this stuff out. In other words - quit trying to figure out the problem and just go directly to the solution.
I did have a php contact form I believe.
There aren't that many files on my website because its just about 5 pages in total.
Unfortunately folks are overlooking the simplicity of the site.
what should be added to [the .htaccess file] to provide protection?
RewriteRule .* - [R=503,L]
I actually had a couple php files which were not actually being used . They were originally placed on my server by my host for an email contact page but I didn't like how they worked so I stopped using them, but left the files. I have since deleted them. The contact page on my site has some form from www.jotform.com/ which I assume uses php.