Hiding a page

What is the best way of hiding an html page? I have a page on my site
that I use to appear in an iFrame, but I don’t want customers to visit
that page directly. Should I use the Robots Meta Tag or is there
another way?

Nathan Garner
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You could use some PHP to redirect if the referer is not from your site.

See:

http://louslittle.com/Testphp/

and the iFrame redirect

http://louslittle.com/Testphp/theiframe.php

get the FW for this from

http://louslittle.com/hideIframe.zip

look in FW at the Page->HTML Markup of the TheiFrame FW page in the
site for the PHP code and edits required
Note: the HTML markup PHP code you enter for this redirect needs to
have the "before " selected in the lower left of the HTML markup
window.
All you need to do is insert the php code in my HTML Markup into a
Markup in your iFrame page and edit for your web site name

LLE

On Jun 29, 2009, at 5:05 AM, Nathan Garner wrote:

What is the best way of hiding an html page? I have a page on my
site that I use to appear in an iFrame, but I don’t want customers
to visit that page directly. Should I use the Robots Meta Tag or is
there another way?

Nathan Garner
email@hidden

FW5 Pro | MacBook Pro | Leopard


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