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Block an ip from visiting?

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Is there a way to redirect traffic from a given ip address (or perhaps
by user agent or something) from seeing any content on a webpage?

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Fabian
Humans have to stop treating each other like they treat us ants. Think
about it. If we build, say, a pair of very tall structures, like two
anthills side-by-side, some stupid human swoops in out of nowhere and
knocks them down. Or humans will drop food on the ground near us. we
think it's for us, but those same humans will also try to kill us! I
have no sense of irony, I'm just an ant. But if I did, I'm sure I'd
notice that.

Jul 20 '05 #1
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"Fabian" <la****@hotmail.com> writes:
Is there a way to redirect traffic from a given ip address (or perhaps
by user agent or something) from seeing any content on a webpage?


PLenty, but you have to do it on the server. You need some sort
of server-side scripting, e.g., PHP, ASP or JSP (depending on the
web server).

If the one you can use is ASP and you choose to use JScript to write
the code, then maybe we can help you in this group (but you will
probably get better help in a group dedicated to ASP).

Good luck
/L
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'Faith without judgement merely degrades the spirit divine.'
Jul 20 '05 #2

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