I just noticed that some search engines (FAST-WebCrawler/3.6 for now) are
digging into the "/templates" portion of the URL's that use phpslash. I have
no idea why, but, it was a good thing because I realized that all sites
using phpslash have the "/templates" open for people to browse thru them.
This is not in any way a security hole of any kind, unless of course you
don't like people to be able to copy your template files :-). In any case,
to avoid this, setup a ".htaccess" file in the "templates" directory with
the following lines:
deny from all
allow from 127.0.0.1
That will deter everybody from browsin thru your templates. To get an idea
of what browsing the templates means go to:
It's just ugly...
System Administrator/Web developer
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