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lucy24 - I got so desperate about ridding myself of the 193s, that I blocked the whole thing: deny from 193 I really only want visits from the US and Canada, so if I block the rest of the world it won't matter - especially China, though they may own us soon.
I had one visitor today spending 45 minutes looking at all my NEW products, 45 pages worth of stuff. I can't believe anyone would do that, unless they are spending time in a federal prison and have nothing better to do. Maybe a teenager in detention.
It was about a page a minute. Is that too fast for a person?
I think even dyed-in-the-wool patriotic Englishmen would suggest that "continent" was a little grandiose for our little group of islands
I guess I could make it so anyone who visits my site has to register to get in. Has anyone tried that?
Personally, I think these scrapers are part of a botnet that can use any IP and appear to be from anywhere. I also think many of the bots/people who come to my site are looking for pictures. Just about every picture I've ever uploaded ends up on some blog or forum. But if they are hotlinked, most people can't see them anyway.
Disagree. It's what the HTML standard recommends.
using "names" for images is a bad practice
joined:June 12, 2012
Then you don't have to go pull up your database every time you need that picture of Jake swilling the magic potion.
When a software agent operates in a network protocol, it often identifies itself, its application type, operating system, software vendor, or software revision, by submitting a characteristic identification string to its operating peer