[quote=“Andrew_F, post:3, topic:60720”]
In addition to technical measures like keyplyr is describing, if another site is reusing content that you’ve created without your permission, you should file a DMCA copyright complaint with their web host.[/quote]
Thanks Andrew for your recommendation. We will look into this, and try to work out how it works.
The hosting site is Spanish, and funnily enough the home page of a criminal psychologist. The copied content is well hidden in the site, and in Indonesian. So it makes the impression that the site may have been hacked.
Therefore the host may actually really appreciate a complaint.
Hi keyplyr, many thanks for your detailed instructions.
However, unfortuantely I am not a programer, and need a little more clarification please.
- I set up a new .htaccess in my image directory?
- Do I remove the code from my .htaccess in the root folder which I published in my first post?
- We run 2 different domains (languages) from the same WordPress installation, and I also do not want to prevent hotlinking, say from YouTube, or other honest sharing sites. I only want to deny this one malicious site.
Could you please kindly give me an amended code?
Thanks again for all your help so far