Hi I’ve searched Support on this topic, and have seen the .htaccess discussions but am not sure it answers my question. How do I prevent users from browsing my subdirectories?
It looks like the domain directory http://example.com can’t be browsed as long as an index page exists, but what about http://example.com/images, http://example.com/css, etc? I’m not concerned with hotlinking and I don’t need to authenticate individual users, I just want everyone to receive a 403 Forbidden message when trying to browse subdirectories or when trying to navigate back up to the domain directory. Image and CSS files in these subdirectories would still need to be available for inclusion in web pages though.
If it’s a case of setting directory permissions in Unix, please let me know the correct configuration. Thanks.