Hotlinking Protection in Shared Web Hosting
There's a simple way of avoiding the hotlinking of your images through an .htaccess file inside the website’s root directory, but if you are not very tech-savvy, we also give you a very easy-to-work-with tool that will allow you to enable the protection with several clicks and without writing any code. The tool can be accessed via the Hepsia Control Panel, included with all our Linux shared web hosting packages and the only 2 things that you'll have to pick are a domain/subdomain from a drop-down menu and if the protection must be enabled for the main Internet site folder or for some subfolder. Our system shall do the rest, so you won't have to do anything else manually on your end. If you wish to turn off the hotlink protection option eventually, you will only have to revisit the exact same section, to mark the checkbox beside it and to click on the Delete button.
Hotlinking Protection in Semi-dedicated Hosting
We offer an uncomplicated solution to protect your content and even if you aren't very tech-savvy, you can take advantage of it with several clicks. The standard way for you to enable server-side hotlink protection is to generate an .htaccess file and to add a couple of directives in it. With the tool which you will find within the Hepsia CP, which comes with all of the semi-dedicated server accounts, you will only have to choose the site which you would like to secure and our system shall set up the .htaccess file for you, including all of the essential content within it. You can even use this feature for just one folder as opposed to the entire website - you just need to specify where the .htaccess file has to be created. If you no longer want the hotlink security to be active, you can disable it with one click through the very same section of your CP.